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Sprawling Tribeca penthouse with verdant rooftop garden asks $10.5M

Curbed // Sep 12, 2018

This sprawling penthouse atop an eight-story boutique co-op building on Greenwich Street seamlessly blends new, luxurious finishes with the loft’s earthy, industrial bones. This is because of a recent renovation designed by architect Robert Marino.

The building’s elevator opens up into the entry vestibule for the apartment. The massive living room is just beyond this, and comes with a gas fireplace, large, arched windows, and a wet bar.

The swanky open-plan kitchen here features several top of the line appliances including two Wolf ovens, a Miele cappuccino and espresso maker, two Bosch dishwashers, and Franke and Dornbracht fixtures. This is besides the massive kitchen island, the plentiful storage space in the kitchen, and the skylight.

The master suite is also located on this floor and comes with a gas fireplace, a walk-in closet, and an ensuite bathroom with a jacuzzi and Duravit fixtures. There are two other bedrooms in the apartment, and they both come with ensuite bathrooms. There’s an additional half bath on this floor as well.

The level above this is home to a stunning, 2,200 square foot garden and roof terrace. This floor is decked out with an outdoor kitchen, and provides tons of space for seating. The 3,000-square-foot penthouse is just one of eight, full-floor apartments in the co-op building. For all of that, this penthouse is asking $10.5 million.

Original Article: Curbed