The Beekman Residences, 5 Beekman St, PH50 - Financial District, New York
Occupancy Winter 2016.Penthouse 50 with 16' ceilings and walls of glass, encompasses the entire 50th floor atop the Beekman Residences, exhibiting panoramic views with four exposures of the new downtown and iconic cityscapes from river to river. Comprised of three bedrooms and three and half baths, spread across 3,554' with a 155' private terrace, all custom designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen. This sanctuary in the sky, provides modern luxury living at its finest, all bedrooms have en-suite baths and are quietly tucked away from the entertaining wing. The nearly 50' long great room with 16' ceilings, three exposures and floor to ceiling windows is perfect for grand entertaining or relaxing next to the marble fireplace. The windowed eat in chef's kitchen with direct access to the private terrace, is designed with custom textured metal cabinetry, Quartzite countertops, Miele appliances and Waterworks fixtures. Secondary bathrooms feature custom designed vanities, gleaming Bianco Dolomiti walls with Shetland grey floors. The master bedroom suite has two oversized walk in closets and a five piece master bathroom with Gioia Venatino Bow-Tie patterned marble heated floors, Honed Gascogne Blue limestone walls and two Chelsea grey vanities. An expansive walk-in steam shower and oversized freestanding soaking tub framed by two dramatic windows creates the ultimate spa like retreat. Being on top of it all, comes with its benefits, including The Beekman Black Card, providing direct access to a personalized house account, used for a bevy of onsite personal concierge and valet services, including priority reservations at the Tom Colicchio and Keith McNally restaurants that are just a direct elevator ride away. Exclusive residential amenities includes an 11th floor retreat with a private dining room and Chef's table, Media room and a rooftop terrace. A state-of-the-art fitness center located at The Beekman hotel can be accessed by residences as well.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman