This is the first opportunity to own a former raw loft space that has been painstakingly transformed into a completely renovated home custom-designed by Robert Marino offering nearly 3,000 interior square feet and a 2,200-square-foot private irrigated roof garden on Tribeca’s premier block. The home is marked by the perfect blend of imported Italianate bronze work and original details including massive exposed timber beams and oversized windows overlooking the treetops and cityscapes of Greenwich Street and views to the east, south and west.
An elevator opens to the entry vestibule and flows directly into the grand living room complete with a gas fireplace and wet bar – the first of several entertaining spaces. The south-facing gourmet chef’s kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances including double Wolf ovens, a six-burner French Top, automatic Miele cappuccino & espresso market, two Bosch dishwashers, and custom Vent-A-Hood as well as Franke and Dornbracht fixtures. Adjacent to either side of the kitchen is a walk-in pantry and laundry room complete with a second service entrance into the home.
Just off the open sky-lit kitchen is a dining room and secondary living room. An interior stairwell leads to the third lofted indoor entertaining space and private roof garden with an outdoor kitchen designed by Frances Levine. The master suite encompasses a study with gas fireplace, custom walk-in closet and a five-piece bath with a Jacuzzi and Duravit fixtures. Two bedrooms with en-suite baths as well as two home offices and a powder room round out the loft.
430 Greenwich Street is a boutique cooperative comprised of eight full-floor lofts where residents benefit from extremely low maintenance and complete privacy. Additional luxuries include six-zone radiant floor heating throughout and automated audio, lighting, security and sprinkler control. There is a 1% flip tax to be paid by buyer.