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Mom buys $6.5 million NYC condo for toddler

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

Welcome to One57, the tallest residential building in New York City with probably the youngest owners.

One mom in China just bought a $6.5 million condo in the building for her 2-year-old daughter. She hopes her daughter will go to Columbia or Harvard.

Overlooking Central Park, the 90-story luxury building, located across the street from Carnegie Hall, will have amazing views, making the toddler the envy of everyone when it opens sometime this year.

So far most of the condos here have been sold to foreign buyers.

A realtor tells us negotiations are ongoing to sell a 2-bedroom apartment for a 15-year-old.

$6.5 million sounds a lot, but condos here go up to $98 million.

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