El Ad Group announced the listing of a highly anticipated penthouse at 250 West Street in Tribeca.
The newly-constructed 7,200 s/f four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath residence features 175 feet of floor-to-ceiling glass on three sides with stunning protected views of the Hudson River, Statue of Liberty and historic Tribeca.
From the lobby, a private elevator rises directly to the penthouse.
“Full service buildings in Tribeca are a rarity, and the addition of the magnificent penthouse at 250 West Street, complete with a private entryway, lobby and elevator, is truly unprecedented,” said Thomas Elliott, EVP at El Ad, in a press release.
“This residence is also unique to Manhattan for its tremendous level of privacy.”
In addition to indoor and outdoor entertaining space, the penthouse features a custom Poggenpohl kitchen with double refrigerators, freezers, ovens and dishwashers.
In addition to the ample interior space is a private, 4,350 s/f professionally landscaped riverfront wraparound walkout terrace, with an integrated outdoor kitchen and barbeque, private Jacuzzi and children’s play area.
Design firm D’Apostrophe selected a number of distinctive pieces for the terrace from Royal Botania, a Belgian manufacturer of outdoor luxury furniture, including a modular leather sectional sofa, expandable white glass dining table, electro-polished stainless steel chairs and ergonomic loungers.
For the buyer who desires even more space, a 2,500-square-foot riverfront two-bedroom apartment below the Penthouse is available to duplex.
Located in the heart of Tribeca’s landmark district, 250 West Street offers 106 condominiums with 30 unique oversized layouts offering exceptional light, ceilings up to 13 feet, sweeping views, and comfortable living, entertaining and family spaces.
The building, which opened for sales in 2011, is now over 90 percent sold and closings have commenced.
“The interest in 250 West Street from buyers has been overwhelming and far surpassed our expectations,” said Ariana Meyerson, Managing Director at Cantor & Pecorella, the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the building.
“With its magnificent size and layout, we expect demand for the penthouse to be especially strong.”
Designed by Gal Nauer Architects, the building boasts two grand entryways with 10-foot iron gates, a gracious lobby with 24-hour concierge service, and a private library.
A two-level amenities area also includes a custom Sicis mosaic art wall overlooking a 61-foot pool, sauna and state-of-the-art fitness center.
A 5,000 s/f landscaped rooftop with a separate sundeck lounge and dining space features expansive river and cityscape views of the Hudson River for all residents to enjoy.
The landmark 1906 Neo-Italianate building is located directly across from Hudson River Park’s newly completed Pier 25, which provides a wide range of outdoor activities including a landscaped waterfront esplanade and lawn, kayaking, volleyball, miniature golf course and a playground.