An 8,000-square-foot Tribeca triplex with a 45-square-foot entertaining space, an original Keith Haring mural, cast iron columns, soaring arched windows and 26+ foot coffered ceilings is not such a hard sell. So we were not surprised to see that this palatial pad sold for the asking price of $10 million according to city records. Located in the historic American Thread Building at 260 West Broadway, this regal home combines the privacy of townhouse living with the security and services of a fully staffed building. When it hit the market back in May we were seriously swooning over its museum-like feel and impressive art collection. But that’s not all…
A custom steel staircase leads from the massive entertaining/living space up to a sprawling mezzanine/library. But if you’re not in the mood for reading, you can head down to the game/media room, complete with a climate-controlled wine storage and tasting room.
The secluded bedroom wing features a large master with luxurious his-and-her baths and huge dressing room.
But of course we’ve saved the best for last–the Keith Haring mural. Located in the entry foyer, this one-of-a-kind piece is sure to stop every guest in his or her tracks. There’s still more to see, so be sure to click through the gallery below.
[Listing: 260 West Broadway, Apt. 1-2C via Sotheby’s International Realty]
Photos via Sotheby’s
Neighborhoods : Tribeca