Sprawled across three levels, with direct building elevator access and a separate a private elevator, Penthouse H is the largest residence in the building. The dramatic great room boasts 20' ceilings with coveted character details echoing the original 19th-century book bindery factory including pine beams with steel fittings and seventeen restored windows. Spectacular light streams through corner exposures, north and west, playing a creative light story at all times of day. Refined and elegant, the windowed Christopher Peacock kitchen is outfitted with a Calacatta marble island, dual dishwashers, six-burner Wolf range with grill top, side-by-side 36-inch-wide Subzero refrigerator/freezer, and a Gaggenau wine refrigerator. The flexible layout is ideal for entertaining with a circular flow from the entry, great room, kitchen and staff/AV room. There is an additional library/media room with wet bar, gas fireplace, and en suite bathroom, which can easily function as a sixth bedroom if needed.
On the seventh floor, an open mezzanine overlooks the great room and leads to the four generously proportioned bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms, and private primary bedroom wing. The massive primary suite features western views, a gas fireplace, a private den/dressing room, a walk-in closet, a wet bar and an incredible primary bathroom. Lined in book matched Calacatta marble, the spa-like sanctuary includes a freestanding soaking tub, rain shower, radiant floors and a spacious double wide vanity.
The pice de rsistance of Penthouse H is the glass encased top level with nearly 3,500 SF of dual terraces flanking an additional penthouse living room with a gas fireplace, wet bar and powder room. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls open to create an indoor and outdoor oasis spanning from the condominium courtyard to Greenwich Street. The main terrace overlooks historic Northwest Tribeca, the Hudson River and the Downtown Manhattan skyline. A plunge pool and stainless steel summer kitchen occupy the north end of the terrace while the remainder of the terrace can house multiple seating, entertaining, and lounge spaces.
443 Greenwich Street is a marriage of historic Tribeca and a thoughtful condominium conversion completed by Cetra Ruddy in 2017. Built as an 1883 Romanesque Revival warehouse, the LEED-certified building offers a 24-hour doorman and concierge service, valet, porters and a live-in resident manager. The terra cotta lined garage allows discreet arrivals and departures, the incredible convenience of two parking spaces transfer with the sale. A 70-foot indoor swimming pool, fitness center with locker rooms and Turkish bath, 5,000-square-foot landscaped roof terrace, lush central courtyard and children's playroom complete this a one-of-a-kind retreat in Downtown Manhattan.
Building Features 7 Floors53 Units
$51,000,000 / $5,725 per ft²
Sold: Jan 13, 2023
6 Beds / 6.5 Baths / 8,908 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: $41,364
Maintenance: $18,360 / R.E. Taxes $23,004
Exclusively listed with: Compass
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