37 Warren Street in Tribeca has released the last of its four bronzed penthouses.
Penthouse C, a three-bedroom duplex loft measuring 2,803 square feet, is asking $7.25 million. The four-bathroom apartment, complete with hardwood floors, gas fireplace, large windows, walk-in closets and in-unit washer/dryer, comes with a 1,150-square-foot corner terrace with East and North views. The master bath, buttered in Calacatta marble, has a cast iron soaking tub, double vanities and a steam shower with timed temperature controls. The kitchen is fitted with a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Viking oven, two Miele dishwashers and a wine cooler.
The unit’s penthouse brethren, PHA and PHB, are in contract for $7.25 million and $6.5 million, respectively. Penthouse D, which measures 2,696 square feet, is on the market for $5.85 million.
Originally a seven-story building designed by Starrett and Van Vleck in 1931, 37 Warren was restored by Handel Architects. The 18-unit Bazbaz Development project was graced with a glass and copper bronze facade to encompass four new penthouse floors. Developer Sonny Bazbaz chatted with us about the nitty-gritty of the conversion, including the decision to gift-wrap the penthouses in bronze.