The perfect Tribeca Penthouse in the perfect new construction condominium, 42 LISPENARD. This radiant home boasts an assortment of high-end finishes and a staggering amount of space, with 3-bedrooms, 3.5-bathrooms, and a convertible 4th bedroom with full en-suite bath. Features of this 2,516 sq. ft. condominium include an open plan layout, double height ceilings, 8-inch wide plank oak floors, a private keyed elevator entrance, a large in-unit laundry room, a mezzanine-level home office, a gas fireplace, a trio of skylights, and an immaculate 1,541 sq. ft. rooftop terrace adorned with an open kitchen and an outdoor shower.
The home opens directly into the living room, dining room, and kitchen. Natural light pours into the space via a quartet of huge windows that overlook Lispenard Street as well as a massive 160 sq. ft. skylight. The Poliform-designed kitchen is equipped with Calacatta Gold marble countertops, a massive eat-in island/bar, dark wood cabinetry, and a suite of high-end appliances from Miele and Wolf. Lying opposite the living area are a trio of bright bedrooms. The master bedroom boasts a cavernous walk-in closet and a spa-like en-suite bathroom that has dual vanity sinks, marble tiles, custom cabinetry from Antonio Lupi, a Signature freestanding bathtub, and a large walk-in rain shower. The second bedroom features a walk-in closet while the third bedroom has its own closet as well as a skylight. Both bedrooms are adjacent to a full bathroom. Open to the living space below, the mezzanine office has its own skylight and an attached full bathroom.
A classic cast iron edifice originally built in 1915, 42 Lispenard—the former home of beloved Manhattan art store, Pearl Paint—is a beautiful 5-story boutique condominium in Tribeca by Colonnade Group and Freyer Collaborative Architects. The building is serviced by a virtual doorman system and each residence has access to a private storage unit. Situated at the convergence zone of Tribeca, SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown, 42 Lispenard is surrounded by an eclectic assortment of restaurants, bars, cafes, shops, and galleries. It is less than a block from Broadway, and has easy access to the 1/6/A/C/E/N/Q/R/W/J/Z lines.