Sprawling, sun drenched and perfectly situated in prime northern Tribeca.

587 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10017
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Location

408 Greenwich Street Apt: 7
New York NY 10013
Cross street:Hubert Street

Building

Type:Loft
Era:Pre-war
Floors:9

Property

Ownership: Condo
Rooms: 8
Bedrooms: 5 BR
Bathrooms: 4
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Price: $9,500,000
Common charges: $3,382
Real estate tax: $3,573
Financing Allowed: 90%
Minimum down: $950,000

Description

Sprawling, sun-drenched and perfectly situated in prime northern Tribeca. Take advantage of this special opportunity to call this spectacular, 3700 square foot five-bedroom loft your new home.

As you step out of the private keyed elevator and into the elegant gallery foyer you’ll undoubtedly be astounded by the home’s grand scale, featuring an enormous 40-foot Great Room, soaring 11-foot ceilings and a corner layout that creates the perfect entertaining space. Equally dramatic are the double glazed, floor-to-ceiling windows that truly wrap the Great Room and offer breath-taking, southern and eastern views of Tribeca’s Historic District and Downtown’s soaring skyline. The home’s three exposures ensure all-day sunlight and its smart, 5-bedroom layout offers incredible flexibility and the ideal amount of privacy between living space and bedrooms.

You will want to host a dinner party or two to showcase your state-of-the-art Boffi kitchen featuring a massive, marble island overlooking the Great Room, a Sub-zero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher and a Wolf oven and cooktop. To the side of the kitchen is a separate pantry with a Viking icemaker and a 100-bottle temperature-controlled Euro Cave wine refrigerator.

The Master bedroom is pin-drop quiet and offers Hudson River views, a massive walk-in closet and a stunning en-suite bathroom with custom Ann Sachs tiles, a double marble vanity by Urban Archeology, radiant heated floors, a Boffi deep soaking tub and an over-sized glass enclosed shower. The other bedrooms are beautifully appointed and sun-drenched as well, offering built-ins, custom lighting and en suite bathrooms featuring playfully colored Ann Sachs tiles and top-line finishes.

Special features of the home include wide, walnut hardwood flooring, a stately wood-burning fireplace, a custom milled wet-bar, an art hanging system and elegant lighting throughout. You’ll also enjoy the ease and convenience of the home’s automation system that controls the lighting, music, temperature and electric shades with one touch. Additional features include multi zone central air conditioning, 9-foot solid core walnut doors, bronze hardware throughout and a separate laundry room.

This very private, boutique condominium building was designed by was designed by renowned architect, Morris Adjmi and just steps from the neighborhood’s best shopping and restaurants along with the 500-acre Hudson River Park and Pier 25 which offers an 18-hole miniature golf course, sand volleyball courts and a children’s playground. Whole Foods is just down the avenue and the 1,2,3, A/C/E subway trains are minutes away. Building features include a newly updated virtual doorman, bicycle storage, a full time superintendent, a beautifully renovated lobby and an enormous, private storage room transfers with the home.

Inquire today for a private showing and prepare to be astonished!

Amenities

Bike Room; Roof Deck; Private Storage;

  • Washer Dryer
  • Elevator
  • Keyed Elevator
  • Roof Deck
  • Virtual Doorman

Neighborhood

More listings: Tribeca

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