The next buyer of this Tribeca penthouse will not have a hard time impressing anyone with its sprawling private roof deck and three-story interior space. It’s located at the condo loft 356 Broadway, a prewar building constructed in 1864 and converted to 18 apartments in 1984. This top-floor residence is the only unit in the building now on the market, asking $2.65 million.
The open living and dining room is located on the lower floor. The space is made particularly dramatic by the double height, 16-foot ceiling above, surrounded by a windowed mezzanine loft.
A separate kitchen is located off the dining area with ample counter space and shelving, stainless steel appliances (including a new oven and built-in microwave), as well as a laundry closet with a washer/dryer.
Upstairs, a media room, great room and two bedrooms surround the mezzanine loft–which is open to the living space below.
On the top floor you’ll find the master bedroom and separate office space. There are, in fact, two work stations in the apartment as well as tons of built-in shelving and storage. Such bonus space includes a pantry space, walk-in closets, a closet long enough for a bike, an under-the-stairs closet and a linen closet.
The office space leads out to the 500-square-foot roof deck. It’s big enough for gardening, outdoor grilling and entertaining–there’s even an outdoor closet for the furniture cushions. (The amount of storage space in this apartment is almost as impressive as its roof deck.) Just be sure to check out the gallery for more impressive shots of the interior.
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Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s
Neighborhoods : Tribeca