Though you might wish you left them closed.
As the listing says, this full-floor condominium at 408 Greenwich Street is indeed a quintessential Tribeca loft–over 3,500 square feet of space, two bedrooms, a private key-locked elevator, ten-foot floor-to-ceiling arched windows looking out over beautiful Greenwich and Hubert Streets…they’re all there. “The moment that you step inside you are surrounded by pure opulence.” That’s the part that makes this home a little more unique. Is it $8 million unique (it’s also available as a rental for $26.5K/month)? You decide. “Hit one button for your programmable lighting system and let the experience begin.”
Just off a grand foyer, a vast, open gourmet kitchen offers top-of the-line appliances and room for over 700 bottles of wine. Also, you’ll be able to make some of the biggest waffles your friends have ever seen. The great room offers panoramic views and multiple entertaining spaces, some very large plants, and a grand piano topped by what looks like enough lighting equipment to host the resurrection of Liberace.
A palatial master suite with a huge walk-in closet is conveniently separated from the home’s entertaining areas for privacy and tranquility (Though we don’t see a lot of tranquility happening here).
The “sumptuously marble-clad master bath” offers a 10-foot rain shower. And a lot of company.
Other highlights include Brazilian hardwood floors, architectural ceilings, a state-of-the-art security system, screening facilities, an elaborate sound system, that aforementioned electronic lighting and blinds and much, much more.
Designed in 2007 by Morris Adjmi, the six-unit building is a nod to the downtown neighborhood’s classic architecture and celebrated history of loft living, situated in a prime location minutes from the Hudson River Greenway, great neighborhood restaurants and boutiques. Soho, the West Village and transportation to get you anywhere in the city are nearby as well.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Tribeca