This $6M Tribeca loft has bedrooms surrounded by terrace and sky
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This $6M Tribeca loft has bedrooms surrounded by terrace and sky

April 9, 2024

Photo credit: Yale Wagner for Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown Manhattan Brokerage

If you’re looking for a classic Tribeca loft, this duplex penthouse condominium atop 355 Greenwich Street offers 3,400 square feet of perfection. On the top two floors of an 1891 building, this iconic residence has the luxurious bonus of a top floor surrounded by 1,100 square feet of terrace overlooking downtown New York City. Asking $5,995,000, the three-bedroom home has thoroughly modern interiors, massive skylights, and state-of-the-art technology, framed by the prewar authenticity of brick walls and original wood beams.

Authentic loft style begins in a vast, open great room that sets the stage for living, dining, and entertaining. Wrapped by 21 wood-framed windows and three skylights, the duplex offers central air conditioning, a Nest thermostat system, and Sonos integrated sound.

An impressive kitchen has both spare loft aesthetics and high-end capability. The Bulthaup-outfitted space boasts Miele appliances, a SubZero refrigerator, and a five-burner Wolf range. Highlights include Volcanic stone worktops and radiant heated floors.

Also on the home’s lower level is a guest bedroom with an ensuite bath. Adjacent to this suite is a windowed laundry room.

Upstairs, the primary bedroom is surrounded by walls of glass, rooftop views, and a landscaped private terrace. This stunning chamber gets a capacious walk-in closet and ensuite bath as well as electric blackout shades and Sonos sound. A well-outfitted guest suite also gets terrace access.

The condo’s wraparound outdoor space offers penthouse-perfect views of the surrounding Tribeca architecture, open views of the Freedom Tower, and glimpses of the Hudson River. The landscaped space is planted with flowers and topiary and is ready for dining, entertaining, and gardening.

This prewar condominium on a cobblestoned, landmarked Tribeca street contains only four apartments. The inconvenient side of authenticity: In true downtown loft style, the penthouse is a third-floor walk-up in a non-elevator building.

[Listing details: 355 Greenwich Street, PH at CityRealty]

[At Sotheby’s International Realty-Downtown Manhattan Brokerage by Jeremy V. Stein and Kat Trappe]


Photo credit: Yale Wagner for Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown Manhattan Brokerage

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