Sublime Greenwich Street Project in SoHo
The magnificent Greenwich Street Project is a penthouse placed deep within the city of New York, more specifically atop the 497 Greenwich Street building at the crossroads between Tribeca, West Soho and West Village. This place is outstanding in all regards, boasting luxurious accommodation options, ample living spaces and exquisite views. In terms of architecture, the abode flaunts a series of tall windows crossed by steel beams, which ensure an unhindered flow of light while ensuring structural rigidity.
With its 3,500 square feet of space, this penthouse ensures impressive views of the Statue of Liberty and Hudson River. It was designed by a renowned interior architect named Sally Rigg, who implemented a series of high-end materials, appliances and fixtures throughout. Amenities include a state-of-the-art home theater system, a majestic fireplace as well as a SONOS ZonePlayer system with ceiling speakers placed in every room.
Accommodation-wise, the penthouse boasts a guest bedroom suite, a study and a powder room on the main floor, while the lavish master bedroom can be found on the second floor, featuring an en suite bathroom with freestanding tub as well as two walk-in closets. There is also an additional bedroom suite with a private terrace, while a fourth bedroom can be obtained by converting the elevated study.
Moreover, a 1,500 square foot private terrace is linked to an open living room with a bar and an outdoor kitchen. This extraordinary home can be yours for $14 million.