$16M Woolworth Tower condo has 22-foot ceilings and World Trade Center views
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The top 30 floors of Tribeca‘s venerable Woolworth Tower at 2 Park Place have been redeveloped by Alchemy Properties and given new life by French architect Thierry W. Despont. They now comprise a limited collection of 32 luxury condominium residences. On the familiar landmark’s 29th floor, this sprawling three-bedroom condo, asking $15,950,000 million, spans 4,623 square feet, not counting its vast terraces. No expense has been spared in bestowing the finest in finishes and state-of-the-art systems throughout.
Sunlight is given room to roam via soaring ceilings that reach 22 feet. The home is anchored by a 47-foot open great room above which a mezzanine hovers. The space is framed by solid oak floors, six skylights, and spectacular views of the city, World Trade Center, and rivers.
Included are 1,200 square feet of outdoor space including a 51-foot terrace and roof deck featuring restored landmark terra cotta detailing. Dazzling city views are a given.
A pristine white custom chef’s kitchen is easily accessible from the entertaining space. The kitchen is a showcase of luxury, featuring custom Dada cabinetry, Calacatta Caldia marble countertops and backsplash and top-of-line Miele appliances including a full-size refrigerator and freezer, wine refrigerator, two dishwashers, professional range oven, and double wall ovens. A convenient butler’s pantry and laundry room can be found just off the kitchen.
The light-filled master suite gets a private terrace, a dressing room/walk-in closet, and a spa bathroom with all the trimmings.
Both the second and third bedrooms have plenty of light and closet space and en-suite marble baths with radiant heat floors. One of the two offers panoramic open city and river views. The third bedroom also offers exceptional privacy as it’s separated from the rest of the space by the butler’s pantry, perfect for use as a staff or guest bedroom.
The mezzanine atelier is a fabulous office or entertainment space, overlooking the great room below and framed by massive beams.
Amenities include a doorman and concierge, the Gilbert Lounge, a 50-foot lap pool, a hot tub and sauna with changing rooms, a state-of-the-art fitness studio with extraordinary views, a temperature-controlled wine cellar with private lockers and tasting room, and bicycle storage.
[Listing details: 2 Park Place, Pavilion B at CityRealty]
Editor’s Note: This story was originally published on January 16, 2020, and has been updated to reflect new pricing.
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