triplexes

Cool Listings, Flatiron

Photos by Travis Mark for Sotheby’s International Realty

Sure, this three-bedroom Flatiron co-op checks all the boxes of a downtown loft–sprawling footprint (7,100 square feet to be exact), high ceilings, 32 oversized windows, a cool mezzanine setup–but its artistic pedigree is what’s really unique. Located at 20 East 20th Street, the home was converted in 1977 by influential artists Gordon Matta-Clark and Les Levine, and it was at one time home to both Anselm Keifer and Julian Schnabel, the latter of whom also used the space as his studio. It’s now on the market for $9,995,000.

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Cool Listings, Tribeca

Listing images courtesy of Douglas Elliman

Natural light can take a space from average to amazing, and that is definitely the case at this Tribeca penthouse. Located at the condo 19 Murray Street, the five-bedroom triplex has eight skylights, as well as a landscaped roof deck and a balcony. Listed for $6,495,000, the home has a cool, contemporary feel and plenty of bonus space.

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Cool Listings, Tribeca

Listing images courtesy of Douglas Elliman

In the heart of Tribeca1 North Moore Street is a full-service, doorman condo building, but this townhouse unit gets the best of both worlds as it also has a private entrance, a two-car garage, and a gorgeous garden oasis. The super-contemporary, five-bedroom home is a mansion at 7,000 square feet, spread over three floors. A custom-designed steel staircase, marble floors, poured concrete columns, Venetian plaster walls, and a home movie theater are just some of the luxuries you’ll find throughout.

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Brooklyn Heights, Cool Listings

Listing images courtesy of The Corcoran Group

Brooklyn Heights‘ Eagle Warehouse & Storage Company building at 28 Old Futon Street was built in 1892 as the Brooklyn Eagle’s headquarters. In 1980, it was converted to 85 residential co-ops, many of which retain the building’s original architectural details. And this triplex unit, currently on the market for $3 million, certainly fits that bill. In almost every room, there are gorgeous brick barrel-vaulted ceilings, along with brick walls and cast-iron columns. But what makes the three-bedroom home truly unique is the modern renovation that works so beautifully with its history.

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Cool Listings, Williamsburg

Photo credit: Melanie Greene

While the interiors at this three-bedroom South Williamsburg condo are eye-catching on their own, it’s the four outdoor spaces that really set the home apart. Located at The Smith Grey at 138 Broadway, the three-level apartment has two terraces, a balcony, and a huge roof terrace complete with an outdoor sauna. It’s currently on the market asking $2,695,000.

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Celebrities, Cool Listings, Tribeca

Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

Back in 1978, this space at Tribeca‘s American Thread Building at 260 West Broadway was a student gallery for the School of Visual Arts, according to Art Nerd New York. At the time, a 20-year-old Keith Haring had just started attending SVA and created a large mural here for an exhibit. Years later, when the triplex loft was being converted to residential use, the mural was unearthed, and it still remains in the apartment today. The massive, 8,000-square-foot home is now back on the market, asking $7,995,000.

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Cool Listings, Soho

All photos: Tim Waltman of Evan Joseph and Joel of DDreps / The Assouline Team

Sure, there are plenty of swanky penthouses with multiple outdoor spaces, but how many of them have an open-air lightwell? This incredible place at 94 Thompson Street in Soho uses the space as a zen garden, complete with a mature cherry tree, that serves as the heart of the home. In addition, there are two terraces on the second floor and a huge roof deck with an outdoor kitchen. Other unique features include the double-height living room and sunken, built-in-furniture like the dining table and beds. The three-bedroom co-op is asking $10,900,000.

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Cool Listings, Upper East Side

Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

How’s this for a work-from-home setup? The top floor of this triplex penthouse at 1158 Fifth Avenue is a “jewel box” solarium with a glass-enclosed arched atrium and five picture windows overlooking Central Park. Listed for $15 million, the four-bedroom home is classic Upper East Side with oversized living spaces, two landscaped terraces, and even a separate one-bedroom guest residence within the building.

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Celebrities, Cool Listings, Midtown East

Photo Credit: James Smolka/ Brown Harris Stevens

One of New York City’s most storied apartments has just hit the market. John Lennon’s former penthouse at 434 East 52nd Street, where he briefly lived with his mistress May Pang during the 1970s and famously spotted a UFO, is asking $5.5 million. The 4,000-square-foot triplex in the Southgate co-op, located where Sutton Place, Beekman, and Midtown East meet, was also where the iconic photos of Lennon wearing a tank top that said “New York City” were taken.

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Celebrities, Recent Sales, West Village 

Karlie Kloss sells her West Village home for $2.4M

By Dana Schulz, Tue, July 28, 2020

151 Charles Street, Karlie Kloss, celebrities, models, cool listings, west village

Staged interiors by Christopher Henry Designs. Photo credit: Donna Dotan courtesy of Compass.

After listing her townhouse co-op in the West Village for $2.75 million last September, supermodel and philanthropist Karlie Kloss has found a buyer at the slightly reduced price of $2,382,609, reported CityRealty. The three-bedroom triplex at 151 Charles Street is chic and contemporary and has both a front garden and a second-floor terrace. Kloss bought it in 2012 for $1,975,000. She and husband Josh Kushner sold their Nolita apartment for $6.6 million last August.

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