For just $50 million, you could own the condominium on the crown of the only New York City residential tower designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid, according to staff writer Rebekah Bell at Robb Report. “Penthouse 37” is located at 520 West 28th Street in Manhattan’s second most expensive neighborhood, just steps away from the High Line greenway. Bell describes the five bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom residence, which hit the market earlier this week, as a "curvaceous, glass-enclosed penthouse [that] embodies Hadid’s signature avant-garde style.” Features throughout the over 9,000-square-foot property include 11-foot-high ceilings, two private balconies, a library, and a “wraparound rooftop terrace... equipped with a glass-enclosed pavilion overlooking the city’s skyline,” Bell says, as well as an outdoor kitchen and garden. A 75-foot skylit pool and private spa suite are also in the building. Inquires can be made on the property’s website.