Hot-to-trot 449 Washington Street in Tribeca has debuted on the market.
The seven-story, brick-facade elevator building has just four residences, with pricing starting at $3 million for a 1,665-square-foot two-bedroom. The $6.6 million maison measures 3,236 square feet, with 13-foot ceilings and an oversized living room with a fireplace and skylight. Here’s that oversized living room:
All the apartments have hardwood flooring, ample closets, large entertaining areas, marble baths with radiant heated floors and kitchens fitted with Viking appliances, double ovens and wine refrigerators.
But let’s talk about the first among equals — the $10 million triplex penthouse flaunts two terraces, a full summer kitchen, third-floor garden terrace and fireplaces in the master bedroom and salon. Below are pictures of the penthouse’s sixth floor, seventh floor and outside kitchen, respectively:
Like a proud, Type A parent, the Corcoran listing boasts about the building’s “unique and iconic steel exoskeleton,” “intoxicatingly fresh interiors” and “bespoke industrial-chic living environments. Gaze at the renderings below from the project’s Facebook page:
Images: Corcoran Group.