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Morris Adjmi's long-in-the-works Tribeca condo launches sales from $4.8M

CurbedJuly 20, 2017

A long-in-the-works boutique condo building in Tribeca has now launched sales from $4.825 million. The nine-story building, designed by Morris Adjmi, comes with just four condos, and at this time the developer, the Colonnade Group, has only introduced two apartments to the market.

 

The above-mentioned price is for a three-bedroom, three-bathroom duplex on the third and fourth floor of the building. The other listing on the market, is the penthouse. That quadruplex unit comes with five bedrooms and is located on floors six through nine of the building.

 

The penthouse measures just under 4,200 square feet and comes with three private terraces. A sculptural staircase, made from blackened steel, marble, and oak, connects all four floors of the condo. Some of the standout features include the high-end appliances in the kitchen, the radiant heated floors in the master bathroom, and the terrace adjoining the top floor bedroom, which offers great views of the city.

 

Interiors at the condo were done by Stefano Pasqualetti. The project got its start back in 2009, with a different architect on board, who had proposed a fully glass-clad building. Adjmi took over in 2011, and proposed a design that was a little more contextual than the previous iteration. Regardless, the project didn’t quite get off the ground until 2014, and now the condo is very close to wrapping up. CORE is exclusively handling sales and marketing on the project.

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