The Cammeyer is one of our favorite buildings since it straddles the border of Flatiron and Chelsea, two of downtown’s most dynamic neighborhoods. And this penthouse in the pre-war loft building (which was once the world’s biggest shoe store) is one of its crown jewels. Open space, sun-drenched interiors and top-of-the-line finishes? That’s a given. It’s the two terraces that make this apartment really shine. And the penthouse action is only getting started…
Does a penthouse have to be priced in the stratosphere? Most TriBeCa residents would say yes. But there is value to be found, like at this duplex at 68 Thomas Street. The exposed brick walls and high ceilings keep things traditional, and the nearly 800 square feet of terrace space bring some bragging rights. All that in one of Downtown’s most-wanted neighborhoods for under $2 million? Deals don’t often come sweeter.
This is the penthouse for those who think “bigger is better.” They don’t get much bigger than this Flatiron condo, boasting a gargantuan floorplan with over 5,600 square feet. In true loft fashion, the space is totally flexible, so it functions as a canvas for all your dreams. On top of that (literally) is the private 5,400-square-foot rooftop. Hoepfully a buyer’s vision can match the size of this apartment.
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