Imagine an unparalleled rooftop oasis in the heart of Tribeca with a wraparound terrace boasting of views of downtown Manhattan, all for yourself. Landscape architect Edmund Hollander designed the stunning, 2,646-square-foot custom terrace for utmost privacy and tranquility. There are two separate sections with distinct seating areas. Built-in irrigation, lighting and outdoor speakers were installed throughout. The southern patio wing boasts an overhead trellis, creating a lush and private hideaway every summer, with custom tall planter boxes and boxwood shrubs. Other plantings include apple trees and lavender plants. The northern end is lined with 32 European hornbeam trees, again to ensure total privacy. The center of the patio holds a natural gas Wolfe BBQ, sink and fridge, as well as a workstation with built-in cabinetry to hold the seating area cushions.
Retractable steel and glass doors open to create seamless indoor/outdoor living to the most impressive great room. The eighth floor also includes a half bath and spans 1,027 square feet with exposures both north and south. The interior space is customized with a fireplace mantle imported from a British estate, arched wood bookcases and hand-painted de Gournay wallpaper.
A white oak and glass staircase connects the great room and terraces to the main floor, lined with nine north facing windows. The staircase is set against the exposed wood beams from the building's days as a book bindery.The chef's kitchen features custom wood cabinetry by Christopher Peacock and a large island with two-inch-thick Calacatta marble countertops. Amenities include an eight-burner Wolf range and grill top, dual ovens, a pot filler, built-in Miele coffee maker, a microwave/convection oven and double dishwasher. A hidden Gaggenau wine fridge holds storage for 70 bottles.This floor, spanning 4,348 square feet, also includes four bedrooms, all ensuite, a laundry room and a half bathrooms. Double doors lead to two south-facing bedrooms in their own private section of the home.
The north-facing primary suite occupies its own wing and includes a sitting area and fireplace. Lined with ostrich leather wallpaper, you enter through a gracious foyer with baseboard moldings to double walk-in closets. The windowed bathroom is lined in Italian Calacatta marble slab walls, with a freestanding egg tub behind a wall of custom floor-to-ceiling glass. There is also a steam shower with an overhead rain dome, body sprayer, radiant heated floors, bronze faucets and a separate W.C. with a bidet.
Windows throughout the apartment have recessed, electric shades. The residence is also outfitted with Savant technology and the most high quality speakers on the market.443 Greenwich Street was recently converted from a former book bindery by Metroloft and CetraRuddy Architects. This LEED-certified condominium offers the highest degree of service with tenured staff that's operation 24 hours a day. In addition to the doorman and concierge, there is a live-in resident manager and multiple other staff members to ensure that everyone's needs are attending too.
Amenities include a 70-foot long indoor swimming pool with Turkish baths. Plus, a state-of-the-art fitness center with private yoga/pilates studios, an infrared sauna, a children's playroom, wine storage and a 5,000-square-foot landscaped roof and a central courtyard. Residents can also use the buildings private garage that's only accessible through double gated doors for extra privacy.
The entire building has recently undergone extensive cleaning measures and has implemented protocols to ensure sustained cleanliness. In addition, every line in the building has their own elevator bank. Because of this, PHD only shares their elevator with two other residents.