The Pinnacle. Rendering: Williams New York.
The residential conversion of the Woolworth Building at 2 Park Place has brought with it a collection of unique condominium residences that take advantage of the iconic tower’s architectural features. The jewel in the crown, so to speak, among these trophy properties is The Pinnacle, a 9,680-square-foot home perched 727 feet above New York City in the building’s famous crown. This lofty residence spans floors 50 to 58, with a 408-square-foot private observatory terrace. Priced at $79 million–a considerable chop from its original price of $110 million when it first arrived on the market in 2017–the peerless penthouse is being offered as a white box, with award-winning architect David Hotson on board to develop the interior design.
The Pinnacle, great room. Rendering: Williams New York.
Hotson designed the interiors at Skyhouse residence at 150 Nassau Street. His designs for The Pinnacle–featured in a new suite of interior renderings–show how life might look in a fabulous eight-story cylindrical space high above downtown Manhattan.
The Pinnacle, library. Rendering: Williams New York.
6sqft previously reported on two earlier residences, Pavilion A and Pavilion B, located on the building’s 29th floor. Those apartments were listed in October for $30 million and $17.7 million, respectively.
The Pinnacle, views from the observatory. Photo credit: Chris Coe, Optimist Consulting.
Amenities at the Woolworth Tower Residences include a grand lobby featuring the coffered ceiling from Frank Woolworth’s office, marble floors and a custom-wood crafted desk, a full-time concierge and a 24-hour doorman. Residents also have access to a 50-foot lap pool, a sauna, hot tub, lounge, on-site parking, a fitness center and a wine cellar and tasting room.
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