One of the most expensive properties in Manhattan, a $58 million triplex penthouse at the Tribeca celebrity-magnet 443 Greenwich, entered contract Monday, according to listing records.
If the 8,569-square-foot property closes for anywhere near its impressively robust asking price, it will set a record for the most expensive sale in downtown Manhattan.
The current holder of that accolade is a penthouse at Chelsea’s Walker Tower at 212 West 18th St., that sold for $50.9 million in 2014, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The five-bedroom triplex has eight bathrooms, a double-height great room, a library and two terraces—one with a private pool—according to the listing with agents Cantor & Pecorella. It’s the most expensive unit in the building.
It also comes with access to the building’s amenities, including a valet, a 71-foot indoor swimming pool, a playroom, a landscaped roof terrace and a fitness center.
A representative for Cantor & Pecorella declined to comment.
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At a cost of $6,768 per square foot, the price of the apartment—which spent 1,224 days on the market—eclipses the Tribeca average of $2,019 per square foot, according to Trulia.
The new owner of the apartment and the final price paid for it will not be available until the deal closes.
The former-book bindery turned luxury condominium is a hotbed of celebrity real estate activity.
Other residents include Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, Harry Styles, Jennifer Lawrence, Justin Timberlake and Formula One star Lewis Hamilton, according to the Real Deal.
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