Image via thesterlingmason.com
Tribeca’s The Sterling Mason is over 85 percent sold.
Located at 71 Laight Street, the 33-unit condo project was developed by Taconic Investment Partners and designed by Morris Adjmi. The building racked up $87.5 million in sales in the three months of summer alone. Closings are expected to begin this winter.
One of the recent transactions was Penthouse B, which went into contract in July and was last listed for $23 million, or $4,004 per square foot — the priciest sale per square foot downtown that month.
Available residences include Penthouse C, the last of the three penthouses, with an asking price of $20 million. The 4,986-square-foot duplex has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two powder rooms, a 40-foot-long living room and a 1,065-square-foot terrace with east views and landscape design by Deborah Nevins.
Residences feature five-inch plank American oak flooring, custom hardware and operable metal shutters for French doors overlooking the development’s courtyard. The GACHOT-designed kitchens are fitted with walnut cabinetry and millwork by Henrybuilt, honed marble slab countertops and appliances by Sub-Zero, Miele, Viking and Wolf. The master bathrooms are covered with Bianco Dolomiti marble slab walls and herringbone-pattern tile flooring, with free-standing soaking tubs and separate stall showers.
Amenities include a doorman, porter, concierge, gym, library club room, bicycle storage and children’s playroom. Private parking spaces and storage units are also available for purchase.
Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is handling sales. Remaining residences are priced from $4.5 million to $20 million. We toured the sales office in Summer 2013, and you can find more photos here.