Nestled atop a six-unit boutique establishment along a picturesque cobblestone street in Tribeca, neighboring Taylor Swift’s grand Manhattan pied-à-terre, lies a remarkable triplex penthouse currently listed at $19.5 million. This luxurious abode not only embodies modern elegance but also boasts an extensive array of exclusive outdoor spaces, offering a slice of tranquility within one of New York’s most affluent neighborhoods.
Crafted through a collaboration between Wayne Turret and Curtis & Ginsberg Architects, the building’s exterior showcases a striking façade blending red brick, metal panels, and transparent channel glass. Residents benefit from the convenience of a virtual doorman video-com entry system, enhancing security and ease of access.
Featuring five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and two powder rooms, this penthouse previously changed hands in 2019 for $10.75 million. Since 2021, it has intermittently graced the market, with asking prices soaring to a staggering $26 million. Now available through Bespoke Real Estate, the triplex incurs monthly taxes and common charges amounting to approximately $10,000. For those inclined to experience the penthouse lifestyle temporarily, it can be rented for $80,000 per month, revealing breathtaking city vistas spanning the north, south, east, and west.
Upon accessing the apartment via a key-lock elevator that opens directly onto the middle level, one is greeted by an expansive open-plan living and dining space, accompanied by a state-of-the-art kitchen. Five sets of French doors unveil a 700-square-foot terrace stretching across the entire 60-foot width of the building, providing an intimate view of Herzog & de Meuron’s architectural marvel, the Jenga Tower. Additionally, there are secondary terraces off the living room and kitchen’s north side, ideal for leisurely barbecues.
Nestled on the lower level are the bedrooms, comprising four ensuite guest rooms and a primary suite. The latter features a capacious fitted dressing room, a private terrace, and a lavishly appointed bathroom adorned with limestone finishes, a heated radiant floor, a freestanding soaking tub, and a steam shower. Connecting all three floors, a striking staircase crafted from glass, concrete, and wood culminates in a penthouse-level den boasting a wet bar and floor-to-ceiling windows, showcasing iconic views of cylindrical water towers atop neighboring rooftops. This space extends to a small terrace on one end and a larger, meticulously landscaped terrace bordered by clipped boxwoods on the other.
Beyond the exceptional provision of six private terraces within a Manhattan apartment, this penthouse offers rare and sought-after amenities, including one on-site street-level parking spot, with the option to acquire additional spaces, a rarity in the city’s real estate landscape.