It’s time to get lost in a sprawling 3,525-square-foot loft in Tribeca’s esteemed Tower 270 condominium. We imagine being located in a prestigious white-glove building with three brand new gyms, a children’s playroom, and a landscaped roof deck is a pretty big selling point on its own. However, apartment #11F is next-level elite. The $9.6 million unit has the mark of P & T Interiors founder Pol Theis, who created a sumptuous modern loft ideal for lavish entertaining, comfortable living, and—if you read the wallpaper—a little educational supplementing.
Mr. Theis definitely understands the New York buyer’s love affair with natural light and envious views. The triple-corner loft’s 36 oversized windows surround the entertainment space, which consists of a show-stopping living and dining room combo attached to a modern kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and custom finishes. In a space like this, guests and host alike will enjoy each other’s company against the backdrop of the sun setting over the New York cityscape. Sounds like perfection, right? And we haven’t even stepped into the sleeping quarters.
The customized master suite has built-in speakers so you can shut yourself in, turn on Kenny G, and forget all your troubles. If you need help, there’s always the soothing en suite spa bath. This impressive master is like your own little oasis with a wall of northern windows looking out over the city, a perfect way to start and end your day. Moreover, the suite has a few custom-designed closets with built-ins, so you can admire your extensive shoe collection. Just outside the master are two other spacious rooms, one of which boasts six large windows with northern and eastern exposures.
Now, let’s take a field trip to the other side of the apartment to the special wing. Whether you’re looking for a home office, or a secluded space to put your guests, this private wing has everything you’ll need. We’re talking twelve oversized windows, a private bath, and four closets, including one walk-in.
You know, the more we think of it, the more we’re convinced the apartment should come with this warning: somebody’s friends and family are about to start planning a lot of trips to New York.
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Neighborhoods : Tribeca