Designed by “Architect of the Century” Ralph Walker, One Hundred Barclay was the world’s very first Art Deco skyscraper. Its crown is now a private sanctuary and one of the largest residences in New York City—with ceilings up to 21-feet high, two floors, and over 14,500 square feet of entirely flexible space. Up here—with iconic views of the Hudson River, the Statue of Liberty and the New York City skyline—there’s plenty of inspiration.

“I like large parties. They’re so intimate. At small parties there isn’t any privacy.”

—Jordan Baker, The Great Gatsby

With room to host important private galas, the Penthouse at One Hundred Barclay appeals to “The Great Gatsby” in all of us. A baronial great room that measures 96 by 32 feet meets a 1,000 square foot, open-plan chef’s kitchen, dining room, and family room. And, more than 10,000 square feet remains to suit your vision. Fashion week? Private art opening? Your dear friend’s film premiere? You’ve got all the space you need in this Deco palace to get decadent. Gotham is legendary for its parties in real life as well as fiction. So, who’s on the guest list?

“Having plenty of time and funds at my disposal, I put myself on a regime to buy one picture a day.”

—Peggy Guggenheim