Luminous, stunning & meticulously renovated, this TriBeCa Penthouse was crafted & designed using top-of-the-line technology and high-end finishes. Perched atop TriBeCa's most sought-after building, 443 Greenwich, this penthouse is the epitome of luxurious Manhattan living with downtown city views & spectacular light throughout the apartment. Truly unique with four bedrooms, four-and-a-half-bathrooms, and a lush wrap-around terrace in Tribeca's most sought-after location.
The elevator doors open onto the top level of this expansive duplex penthouse, surrounded by landscaped terraces with views of Lower Manhattan. Floor-to-ceiling NanaWall doors open completely, creating an indoor-outdoor living experience, perfect for alfresco dining, entertaining, and relaxing. Centered between the two walls of folding glass doors is the expansive living room. The inlaid marble fireplace and custom hand-planed chevron floors throughout enhance the scale of the space.
The completely reimagined Boffi kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances by Miele and Gaggenau. Appliances have been seamlessly integrated into the cabinetry and the kitchen island is adorned with a Nero Marquina slab. This top level is enhanced by a large entry closet and luxurious powder room with a Bisazza console. The striking glass-trimmed staircase allows for sunlight to shine through to the home's lower level.
Perfectly laid out bedrooms, a family room, and a den/playroom, the lower level of this penthouse is designed with comfortable living in mind. The south-facing family room has a gas fireplace and beautiful built-ins. There is a pocket door just off of the family room that leads to a children's playroom or could be used as an office/den. Further down the hallway, there are two large bedrooms with luxurious en-suite bathrooms featuring Antonio Lupi vanities and marble tiling. At the end of the hallway are pocket doors, leading to the primary suite. The bedroom is large and bright with a wall flanked with southern facing windows. There is a sitting area alongside a wet bar and fireplace. There is a customized Poliform dressing room with integrated lighting and a spa-like bathroom that features slabs of Calacatta Statuario marble, a freestanding soaking tub, an oversized walk-in rain shower, Antonio Lupi vanities, and Hansgrohe fixtures. There is an additional en-suite bathroom and a bedroom that was converted into the ultimate dressing room. This glamorous space has a center island for storage, a mirror concealed television, and is outfitted with custom cabinets and lighting. This could also easily be converted back to the fourth bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. The lower level can be accessed by elevator, and just off the entry to this floor is a walk-in utility closet and a laundry room with a service entrance. Savant smart home controls, zoned HVAC, and automation provide both luxury and convenience throughout this unparalleled residence.
443 Greenwich Street is a one-of-a-kind condominium conversion of an 1883 Romanesque Revival warehouse conveying a "landmark meets ultra-luxury" ambiance. This is a LEED-certified building by Cetra Ruddy. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman and concierge service, valet, porters, and a live-in resident manager. A children's playroom, 71-foot indoor swimming pool, fitness center with locker rooms and Turkish steam bath, 5,000-square-foot landscaped roof terrace and lush central courtyard provide a welcome retreat in the middle of the city's most coveted neighborhood. Every line in this building has its own elevator bank. The private underground garage allows for inconspicuous arrivals and departures.
One private parking space as well as two storage units are included in the purchase of PHB.
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