Atop the landmarked cast-iron masterpiece 53 White Street, The TriBeCa Heritage, sits another exemplary feat of imagination and modern design, the duplex Penthouse. Surrounded entirely by private outdoor spaces and floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, the spectacular play of light and the surrounding TriBeCa architecture is a visual feast, day and night.
No attention to design and detail was spared in constructing this exceptional home atop this 1857 Landmark cast iron structure which has undergone a complete renovation and restoration conversion to seven immaculate residences, all spoken for, but for the proverbial crown jewel.
The penthouse, accessible via elevator on two floors, reveals itself in layers, allowing each room to establish its individual features and significance in creating a home that defines comfort and luxury. The upper level showcases a masterful composition of a large open kitchen, living, dining, and media rooms, as well as a huge patio seamlessly connecting the interior to the outdoors.
The lower level of the penthouse comprises the private quarters, including the primary suite, three additional bedrooms, each with an ensuite bathroom, and a home office which can also serve as the fifth bedroom, including its ...
Originally known as the “Triangle Below Canal,” Tribeca is the chicest and most affluent neighborhood in Manhattan.
While the area is neither flashy nor quaint, it has all the amenities that make life comfortable: well-maintained parks, notable restaurants, family friendly venues, quiet streets, luxurious spas and more. The 19th century mercantile architecture that dominates the neighborhood is both austerely beautiful and uniquely well suited to the luxurious, massive lofts favored by its inhabitants. The cobblestone streets are wide, ... read more