The palatial penthouse at The Beekman Residences hit the market today with a $13 million price tag. The 3,000-plus square foot residence occupies the entire 51st floor of the development and boasts 360-degree views of Downtown Manhattan and a private terrace.
Developed by GFI Development Company with interiors designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, The Beekman Residences stands at 5 Beekman Plaza in the Financial District (FiDi) of Lower Manhattan. The building is 67 stories and houses 51 units in total, ranging in size from 1,395 square feet to 3,554 square feet.
Penthouse 51 has 16-foot tall ceiling heights and is encased in walls of glass. The three-bedroom unit sprawls out over 3,554 square feet and includes a 155 square foot private terrace.
The unit includes seven-and-a-half inch wide oak flooring throughout and a suite of Miele appliances, including a full-height wine refrigerator.
The master suite has two walk-in closets and heated floors in the master bath, which also features an expansive walk-in steam shower and a freestanding soaking tub.
The penthouse’s great room is nearly 50-feet long with double-exposures through its floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as a marble fireplace at its center.
The development’s amenities include a private dining room with chef’s table, media room and a common rooftop terrace. In-residence dining is provided by celebrity chef Tom Colicchio’s newest restaurant, Temple Court.
The Beekman Residences also provides personal training in its fitness center .
New York brokerage Douglas Elliman is the exclusive listing agent.
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