We’re checking in on charming Tribeca two-face project The Sterling Mason.
The 71 Laight Street warehouse conversion by Taconic Investment Partners was designed by Morris Adjmi Architects. Sales at the 33-unit building started in July; now, one of the three big-deal penthouses is in contract, according to The Real Deal.
Penthouse A, a 4,600-square-foot four-bedroom, was asking $21 million. The corner residence featured three exposures and a fully landscaped 3,500-square-foot wraparound terrace. Watch that Promethean terrace unfurl in its floorplan glory:
However, Penthouse C is still on the market for a cool/hot $20 million. The 4,986-square-foot apartment boasts four bedrooms and five bathrooms (floorplan below):
The lofty, open-plan interiors were designed by Gachot Inc.
Amenities include a full-time doorman, concierge, porters, library lounge, gym, children’s room, underground parking and a courtyard by Deborah Nevins.