$2.3M Tribeca Penthouse Boasts Angled Skylights and Huge Terrace
A unique two-bedroom penthouse lined with massive angled skylights is available at City Hall Tower in Tribeca, asking $2.3 million. But this premier pad is touting more then just greenhouse windows and multiple exposures. It also features a planted wraparound terrace surrounding it on three sides. So we’re not just talking about a prime location, but a prime location with a lot of outdoor space. Winning!
The 1,100-square-foot home was designed by David Howell. This is the published penthouse of a fashion industry executive, so you know no stone was left unturned. The sun-drenched pad features 10-foot ceilings and refinished hardwood floors. The first “wow” moment comes courtesy of the living and dining room combination, which features cathedral-like skylights, French doors that open to the terrace, and a European-inspired kitchen with built-in appliances.
The zen master bedroom has a gas fireplace, built-in bookshelves, a skylight, and direct access to the terrace. Meanwhile, the second bedroom overlooks the terrace and features more built-ins. The home’s spa-like bath has an Italian Corian sink, a seven-foot soaking tub, a steam shower, and radiant heated floors.
Outside, the Brazilian Ipe hardwood terrace extends 800 square feet, and features plantings and built-in seating.
City Hall Tower is a pet-friendly prewar loft building built in 1915. It’s right in the heart of one of Manhattan’s most sought-after neighborhoods, with City Hall Park directly across the street and fine dining, boutique shopping, and popular downtown attractions nearby.
Photos courtesy of Halstead Property