The four-unit luxury condo conversion launched sales through Prudential Douglas Elliman on Aug. 10, but the building’s full-floor duplex penthouse hit the market Thursday with an asking price of $12.5 million. The three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom loft measures 3,063 square feet and has ceilings up to 10 feet high, wide-plank white oak floors, in-unit washer and dryer, card-controlled elevator entry and two set-back terraces plus a rooftop terrace. The master suite includes a 15′ x 23′ bedroom with a wood-burning fireplace, and the two other bedrooms each have an en-suite bath. Taking advantage of the 1,638 square feet of exterior space, the penthouse features an outdoor gas fireplace, outdoor shower and complete outdoor kitchen on the roof.
The other three units each measure 2,024 square feet, with two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Their asking prices range from $4.25 to $4.5 million. The two-bedroom units all have 37′ x 22′ great rooms with oversized, wood-frame windows, open Varenna island kitchens and a virtual doorman.
Veracity Development acquired the historical building for $12.35 million in 2008 and got permission from the Landmarks Preservation Commission to add a penthouse. The development is being marketed by Prudential Douglas Elliman‘s managing director Fredrik Eklund and executive vice president John Gomes
Below are the floor plans for the penthouse, courtesy of Elliman:
Here’s the floor plan for Unit 2, which is asking for $4.4 million:
Finally, here’s a better look at that interior rendering for the penthouse: