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443 Greenwich Street Unit: PHD, New York City, NY 10013

The dream of outdoor living is ready to be captured in this incredible home that also includes a private parking spot and storage room.

Penthouse D extends across three floors and features 5,000-square-feet of interior living and over 1,000-square-feet of private, south-facing outdoor space. This one of a kind penthouse has the flexibility to be a 4 bedroom while still offering 4 full baths and a separate powder room.

A key-locked elevator opens into a marble tiled foyer welcoming you into the sunny great room. This incredible area boasts double height ceilings with seven south-facing windows, a marble encased gas fireplace and reclaimed wooden beams that stylishly frame the space.

The open chef's kitchen, featuring custom wood cabinetry by Christopher Peacock and a large island with a 2-inch-thick slab of Calacatta marble countertops that includes an overhang for seating. Enjoy a 48-inch-wide, six-burner Wolf range and grill top, dual ovens, a pot filler, built-in Miele coffee maker, a microwave/convection oven and two dishwashers. Plus, a side by side 36-inch-wide subzero fridge and freezer and a hidden Gagganeou wine fridge with storage for 70 bottles. Also included on the main level is a windowed home office and a large bedroom with en-suite bathroom and separate changing area. In addition, there is a windowed powder room and laundry room that has a vented washer/dryer, sink and extra cabinets for storage.

The south facing master bedroom on the second floor of the triplex is bathed in natural light, has multiple closets and an en-suite, east-facing bathroom that is adorned with Italian Calacatta marble slab walls. There is also a freestanding egg tub, a glass-enclosed steam shower with overhead rain dome, body sprayer, a relaxing stone bench, radiant heated floors, two sets of bronze faucets and a separate W.C. with bidet. This floor also has another large bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a den that can be converted into a fourth bedroom, eastern exposures and a full bath.

The top floor of this penthouse is surely the crown jewel of the home featuring a game room encased in floor to ceiling glass accordion doors that effortlessly open to the expansive private outdoor roof terrace. This 1,000+ square-foot space has a built out kitchen area featuring a natural gas Wolfe BBQ, sink, fridge, outdoor speakers, lighting and landscaped garden.

The Penthouse is powered by a fully automated AI system that uses mounted, in-wall iPads to control the central air conditioning, recessed lighting, electric shades and Sonos system throughout the house. All the closets have been fully built out and 8-inch-wide plank white oak floors can be found throughout.

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.


Area & Lot

Status
Leased
Lot Size
35,127 Acres
MLS® ID
PRCH-7569588
Type
Condo
Year Built
1882

Interior

Bedrooms
4
Total Bathrooms
4.5
Full Bathrooms
4
Half Bathroom
1
Appliances
Dryer, Washer Dryer Allowed, Washer

Exterior

Stories
8

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