Bronze-tipped 37 Warren Street in Tribeca is sold out.
Penthouse C and Penthouse D went into contract earlier this month, with asking prices last listed at $7.25 million and $5.85 million, respectively.
The 18-unit project by Bazbaz Development is topped by four new penthouse floors, wrapped in a glass and copper bronze facade. Originally a seven-story commercial building designed by Starrett and Van Vleck in 1931, the Art Deco structure was restored by Handel Architects.
The loft residences have wide plank fumed oak flooring, big windows, Italian oak cabinetry, granite countertops, Viking and Sub-Zero appliances, freestanding cast-iron soaking tubs and ceilings from 10 to 11 feet, with bronze, metal and copper finishes. The three- to four-bedroom penthouses feature fireplaces, private outdoor terraces and white Calacatta marble bathrooms equipped with steam showers.
Amenities include a doorman, porter, gym, clubhouse, rooftop terrace, garden, children’s play area, private storage and bike storage.
“The vision there was to embrace the historic and structural details,” developer Sonny Bazbaz told us back in November. “We went to great lengths not to conceal things that other developers might have tried to conceal. We tried to go back to a Tribeca authentic loft from the 1980s, with big kitchens, big bathrooms.”