A luxe penthouse in New York City‘s Tribeca neighborhood with a terrace and private pool is this week’s most expensive new listing on realtor.com®. The $57 million triplex is being billed as in “pristine brand-new never-lived-in condition.”
The 8,908-square-foot unit with an additional 3,426 square feet of outdoor space last changed hands in 2017 for $44 million. While the owner isn’t known—the property is shielded behind an LLC—the Real Deal speculates it’s Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton.
While he may be reportedly speeding away from the loft condo, it doesn’t seem like he’d parked there much. (Although he could have: The listing comes with two parking spaces.)
Family room, which opens to the terrace
Rooftop plunge pool
The three-level home has five bedrooms and seven baths. On the main floor are the light-filled great room with 20-foot ceiling, open dining room, library with gas fireplace, and custom-designed chef’s kitchen with island.
The master suite includes a cozy gas fireplace, en suite spa bath, and separate dressing and sitting room.
The top level features a glass-walled sitting room with gas fireplace, wet bar, and powder room, and opens to the outdoor terrace that comes with a plunge pool, kitchen, and city and river views.
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Other perks include an internal elevator that services all three floors, and a main key-lock building elevator.
The building, 443 Greenwich, has been a popular destination for celebrity buyers, including Jake Gyllenhaal, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel, and Meg Ryan.
The building, with 45 loft-style condos and eight penthouses, features a restored facade and remodeled interiors by CetraRuddy Architects. Perks include a drive-in, drive-out garage with valet service, as well as a second lobby for residents to take private elevators. There’s a residents-only landscaped courtyard, gym, 75-foot indoor lap pool, and 24/7 door attendants and concierge service.
Mara Papasoff of Brown Harris Stevens holds the listing.
Source: Housing Trends Feed