This three-bedroom Tribeca condo at 250 West Street definitely looks fit for a music producer, so it’s no surprise this is the home of famous music industry executive Sylvia Rhone. Born and raised in Harlem, Rhone moved downtown after making her name in the business and purchased this pad for $4.3 million in 2013. The apartment boasts 2,500 square feet of space, with a joint living and dining room that looks out onto the Hudson River, and it can now be yours for $6.695 million.
The apartment was designed by the owner of the firm Interieurs, Francine Gardner. Its showpiece is really the lofted living area, which is flooded with natural light thanks to eight oversized corner windows. High ceilings allow for a perfect canvas to hang artwork.
Striking artwork even decorates the open kitchen, which has unique cabinetry designed with gold and silver glass doors, a backsplash made of polished black river stones, and custom recessed lighting. The new island counter was designed with waterfall legs and steel-wrapped doors. The island also includes an under-counter wine cooler that holds 48 bottles.
Extra space off the kitchen island provides room for seating.
Many of the walls within the apartment were refinished with customized, hand-crafted finishes. There is Marmorino plaster in the living area, library, master bedroom and on the ceilings. Venetian plaster lines the entry foyer, hallway and dressing room. Finally, the doors were refinished with steel frames to offset floors of wide-plank oak.
Even the bathrooms were decked out, with freestanding tubs and floor-to-ceiling cabinetry. This chic, customized apartment comes from the fancy condo 250 West Street, which has its own 5,000 square foot roof terrace, a 61-foot pool, a fitness center, playroom and library lounge. The building is located right off the Hudson River Greenway, which allows for those great views out onto the Hudson River.
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran
Neighborhoods : Tribeca