Listing of the Day
Location: Tribeca, New York
Price: $14.5 million
This spacious five-bedroom penthouse loft takes up one-half of the ninth floor in a striking new building in the Tribeca section of Manhattan.
“You’ve got just under 5,500 square feet of living space on one level,” said listing agent Dina Lewis of Douglas Elliman. “It’s a sprawling space with a living room that’s just under 800 square feet.”
A keyed elevator opens directly into Penthouse D and its gracious foyer, and there are two separate service entrances, she said.
The public rooms, including the 28-by-28-foot living room and the adjacent dining room, have a fairly open floor plan, with solid wood pocket doors separating the media room from the living room.
The chef’s kitchen features an island breakfast bar, side-by-side refrigerators, oversized wine cabinets, dual wall ovens, built-in burners, and oversized dishwashers, all outfitted by Sub-Zero and Miele.
“It’s a massive eat-in kitchen,” Ms. Lewis said. “It has exposures out to the atrium, which brings in lots of natural light.”
As such, it “rivals any kitchen I’ve ever seen, in the city or a suburban home,” she said. “It’s a true wow factor in the apartment.”
Just past the media room is a spacious gallery hallway that leads to the bedroom wing, where the master suite features a grand windowed bedroom with three walk-in closets and two master bathrooms that share a luxurious private sauna.
There are four additional bedrooms in the apartment, each featuring east exposure windows, generous closets and en-suite bathrooms.
Penthouse D “faces south, with beautiful southern light,” she said. The master bedroom also has eastern exposures, and it looks out on Tribeca Park.
The 10-story building only has 27 apartments, the smallest of which have three bedrooms, Ms. Lewis said. Penthouses A and B are on the top floor, and Penthouses C and D share the ninth floor.
Final construction on the building is wrapping up, she said. “People are living there and the building is up and running.”
“This penthouse is completely done and staged and ready for immediate occupancy,” she said.
The furnishings, by Cheryl Eisen of IMG, are not included but could be negotiated in a separate deal, Ms. Lewis said. “It’s move-in ready.”
The 5,457-square-foot condo has five bedrooms, five full bathrooms and one partial bathroom.
With 27 units, including three triplexes, the building is a total reinvention of a classic Tribeca industrial building by the architecture firm BKSK. Acclaimed Danish architect and designer Thomas Juul-Hansen designed the building’s interiors. He also designed the interiors for One57 and has done restaurants for Jean-Georges Vongerichten and private homes for clients like music executive Damon Dash and telecom mogul Michael Hirtenstein.
Mr. Juul-Hansen decorated the apartments with elements like restored exposed beams from the original building, cast iron undermount tubs in the master bathrooms, glass casement windows and eight-inch-wide plank rusticated oak flooring.
Building amenities include a children’s playroom, fitness center, 24-hour concierge and porter, bicycle storage, and a landscaped roof garden with an outdoor kitchen and two seating areas.
“That playroom is the chicest I’ve ever seen,” Ms. Lewis said. “It looks like something out of Elle Décor. I could host a dinner party in that playroom.”
Ms. Lewis calls north Tribeca “the best part of Tribeca.”
“It has such close proximity to all of the surrounding neighborhoods,” she said. Walk five to 10 minutes in any direction and you’re in SoHo, Hudson River Park, Chinatown or Little Italy.
Agent: Dina Lewis, Melanie Lazenby, Holly Parker and Trisha Riedel of Douglas Elliman
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