While some folks are plopping down $50 million for an apartment, three properties are each expected to get tax bills for $50 million or more next year, a new report shows.

The high-tax club for the fiscal year starting in July includes the Time Warner Center, Stuyvesant Town and the General Motors Building.

The GM Building, which was recently recapitalized and revalued by its owners at $3.4 billion, was valued by the city at a mere $1.569 billion — but is the top payer with an expected tax bill of $59.2 million.

The Met Life, McGraw-Hill and International Buildings will all pay more than $40 million apiece while another eight properties, including Google, will pay at least $30 million.

Together, these 14 buildings alone will pay $564 million of the city’s budget.