The 10th floor at 114 Liberty Street is a 5,800-square-foot architectural masterpiece designed by renowned architect, Deborah Berke. This magnificent home is steeped in contemporary design infused with Asian Zen while staying true to urban loft character. It can also be a great live/work opportunity. Direct elevator access opens into a private entry foyer leading to the sprawling living room and grand dining area. Original columns, 12-foot ceilings and massive windows span the length of the room. Just off the living room is a peaceful library with a charming fireplace.
The extraordinary eat-in chef's kitchen offers an 8-burner Viking stove and vented hood, two Gaggenau ovens, a Troulsen refrigerator, zebra wood cabinets, Corian countertops and a large walk-in pantry. A media room off of the kitchen can also serve as a maid's room or a great playroom. The separate laundry room with double washers and dryers are essential in a home of this caliber.
The grand corridor is adorned with museum wall finishes and dramatic lighting leading the way to 5 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. Spa-like and serene, the master suite has separate his-and-hers bathrooms featuring marble counters, quartzite heated floors, a freestanding soaking tub, Vola fixtures and a steam shower.
Adjacent to Tribeca, 114 Liberty Street is centrally located with direct access to the Fulton transit hub and the Oculus. Great schools, luxury shopping at the new Brookfield Place, and some of the city's finest restaurants make the Financial District one of Manhattan's most vibrant neighborhoods.