Enjoy over 2,400 square feet of living space in this meticulously designed, three-bedroom, two and a half bath home in the sky.
Luxury details abound in this never-occupied apartment. The bright, airy space is magnified by 11-foot ceilings, a show-stopping great room, and a panoramic view of the city. Oak herringbone floors extend throughout the entire home, and a professional-grade, oversized kitchen boasts custom cabinetry, Calacatta Caldia marble countertops, and Miele appliances, including a wine refrigerator and dual dishwashers. The primary bedroom enjoys four closets and an en suite bathroom with steam shower, Porcelanosa soaking tub, double vanity, and marble radiant heat flooring.
Located in the Woolworth Building, a National Historic Landmark, this apartment provides sweeping city views, white-glove service, luxury amenities, and exposures from every side. Offering unparalleled privacy, with no more than two homes per floor, The Woolworth Tower is exclusive in the rental market: only one other property in this iconic building has ever been rented before. The 792-foot tall Woolworth Building was built in 1913 and extensively restored and renovated this year. This so-called "Cathedral of Commerce," with its terra-cotta faade and signature neo-Gothic style, reigns as one of New York's most renowned and beautiful Beaux Arts buildings. Commissioned by real estate magnate Frank Woolworth, conceived by architect Cass Gilberts, and newly reimagined by star French architect Thierry W. Despont, the building's bespoke features include an entertainment salon, residents-only entrance and lobby, fitness studio, on-site parking, wine cellar and tasting room, and pool that was once the private leisure space of Woolworth himself.
This prime TriBeCa property also offers a robust neighborhood of dining and entertainment. With Eataly, Hudson Eats, and restaurants by critically acclaimed chefs and restaurateurs like Tom Colicchio, Jean-Georges Vongrichten, Keith McNally, and Nobu Matsuhisa a stone's throw away, the neighborhood is a destination for the culinary-minded. Iconic fashion labels Herms, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Gucci now call the area home as well. With the Oculus transportation station two blocks away, leaving the neighborhood will never be a problem. The only question is: Why leave?