One of the best ways to enjoy Manhattan living is to be surrounded by the city’s ever-changing, mesmerizing skyline, especially if you’re lucky enough to be gazing from your own private perch. At this duplex penthouse atop the 12-unit condominium at 92 Warren Street in Tribeca, currently asking $8.5 million, the opportunities to do just that are many. Two spacious balconies and a roof deck afford dizzying views of the surrounding skyscrapers, classic lofts and the Hudson River–and you’re getting the same amazing eyeful even if you stay indoors.
Starting from a private elevator in true penthouse form, a sunny, open living room with 17-foot ceilings is the first stop. Three exposures offer views of the neighborhood from a rare center-of-it-all vantage point; step right onto the lower level balcony for outdoor viewing. When it’s cold outside, there’s a wood-burning fireplace to keep the focus indoors.
A suitably outfitted chef’s kitchen is next, featuring appliances that can go the distance, a center island topped with Pietra Cardosa limestone and plenty of storage. A dining room that seats at least 10 offers panoramic views that will likely compete with your culinary efforts for attention.
Also on the lower level of the penthouse are two bedrooms and a luxurious bath complete with Philippe Stark soaking tub, heated towel rack and radiant heated floors.
Upstairs on the mezzanine level, a den/library provides a private indoor space to relax, or you can head outdoors to a private terrace; above on the roof there’s a third outdoor space with even better views.
The top dog on the top floor is, of course, the master suite. You’ll find custom closets, a dressing area and a marble-clad spa bathroom with radiant heat flooring.
The highest home gets the biggest storage unit at this downtown gem, and guess who that is? Other perks include a part-time doorman, a fitness room, a bike room and a children’s playroom.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : Tribeca