The 7-story, 33-unit project by Taconic Investment Partners was originally a 1905 warehouse. Architect Morris Adjmi preserved the terra cotta facade building (“Mason”) and created an identical twin structure wrapped in aluminum panel (“Sterling”).
Available residences range from a 2,042-square-foot two-bedroom asking $3.9 million to a four-bedroom penthouse asking $20 million.
The lofty homes have open plans and interiors by Gachot. The kitchens feature custom walnut cabinetry by Henrybuilt and slab marble countertops. The bathrooms also boast oversized double white oak vanities by Henrybuilt, marble walls, hand-laid herringbone tile flooring and special-edition Lefroy Brooks soaking tubs.
The lobby has a fireplace, wood-paneled ceiling, limestone floor and view into the Deborah Nevins-designed courtyard. Amenities include a doorman, concierge, porters, library lounge, gym, yoga studio, children’s playroom and underground parking. The site even provides an amenities layout plan:
Now, let’s talk penthouses: Penthouse A is a three-bedroom, single-story corner residence with three exposures and a fully landscaped, 3,500-square-foot wraparound terrace. For comparison funsies, here’s the official rendering, followed by a shot of the scale model from our visit to the sales office last month:
Penthouse B, the largest condo in the building, measures 5,600 square feet and has six bedrooms, with Tribeca views to the north and east. The great room opens onto a wraparound terrace.
Penthouse C is a four-bedroom duplex with a forty-foot-long, gallery-esque living room with a west-facing terrace and a corner master suite.
Renderings: The Sterling Mason