The trophy atop downtown’s smartest and most environmentally-conscious boutique condominium, this duplex penthouse offers 3,129 square feet of living space and over 722 square feet of private terraces in the heart of Tribeca.
A discreet virtual doorman with keyed-elevator access to both light-filled floors ensures privacy and convenience. The expansive fifth floor’s living/dining room is anchored by three oversized Zola Passive House triple-pane windows, reclaimed oak flooring, and soaring ceilings – all pushing engineered boundaries while paying homage to the 147-year-old historic edifice.
The custom kitchen features all locally-sourced materials as well as Sub-Zero, Asko and Thermador appliances, dual steam and convection Wolf ovens, a Wolf induction cooktop, Vermont Quarries Danby Marble countertops, and optimal storage. Two bedrooms, both with en-suite baths, as well as a powder room, mudroom, walk-in closet, and laundry room, finish this floor.
A beautiful sculptural staircase leads to the penthouse’s most dramatic elements as it artfully blends indoor and outdoor living. Sliding glass doors frame the south-facing terrace with a bluestone counter bar, refrigerator, two outdoor showers, and unobstructed views of the Freedom Tower. A powder room and mudroom, ideal for guests, separates the top floor’s entertaining and private living space.
Rounding off the top floor, the master suite is complete with a wet bar/kitchenette, a grand six-piece master bathroom, an abundance of closet space, and an adjacent private terrace with Empire State Building views to the north.
Additional state-of-the-art features of the property include separate air control, perimeter radiant heating, electronic and video intercom systems, as well as an individually-wired security system by American Security, a pre-wired Cloud9 system, and a Lutron home automation system.
Be a part of history at 60 White Street where residents enjoy an on-site fitness center and storage, a private residential lounge with green landscape features, and a planted eco-wall in the entrance gallery.