The most substantive real estate in the world is the kind that is difficult to impossible to replicate: this pristine, private, full-floor penthouse soaring atop Tribeca's limestone-clad, Robert A.M. Stern-designed Four Seasons Tower is one of those collector-quality homes.
A security-enabled elevator whisks you to the private arrival gallery that leads to the entry of Penthouse 81: immediately you are astounded by the absolutely breathtaking, open sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline. Twelve-foot-tall ceilings throughout afford equally impressive views and light in all four directions, North, South, East, and West. To the west is the expansive living room - focused on a splendid gas fireplace with a magnificently carved marble mantle - that leads to the west-facing sunset terrace, one of two, substantive terraces. Adjacent to this grand entertaining room is a formal dining room. The adjoining south-west corner eat-in Eggersman designed kitchen is enormous and has been expertly outfitted with extensive custom Eggersman cabinetry with a full suite of Gaggenau appliances, perfect for entertaining on a grand scale.
At the opposite end of the apartment, a beautiful study/library/media room with another gas fireplace affords a more ...
Originally known as the “Triangle Below Canal,” Tribeca is the chicest and most affluent neighborhood in Manhattan.
While the area is neither flashy nor quaint, it has all the amenities that make life comfortable: well-maintained parks, notable restaurants, family friendly venues, quiet streets, luxurious spas and more. The 19th century mercantile architecture that dominates the neighborhood is both austerely beautiful and uniquely well suited to the luxurious, massive lofts favored by its inhabitants. The cobblestone streets are wide, ... read more