A 4 BR 4.5 Bath Penthouse triplex with 5,004 sqft. interior space and a 1,000 sqft. private terrace at 443 Greenwich Street sold for $29 million. The residence features a double height living room with seven south facing windows, a marble encased gas fireplace and reclaimed wood beams. The apartment was initially purchased for $20.2 million in 2017. 443 Greenwich Street was built as a book bindery in 1882 and then converted to 53 luxury condominium residences in 2017 by Metro Loft Developers, LLC and Cetra Ruddy Architects. Building amenities include a 70 ft indoor swimming pool, a state of the art fitness center, a children’s playroom, wine storage, a 5,000 sqft. landscaped roof deck, and a central courtyard. [Mansion Global]
A duplex penthouse, listed for $16.5 million at The Leyton, with four bedrooms, 3,656 SF of interior space, a double height living room, and 1,756 SF of exterior space, including a roof deck with dramatic skyline views, is in contract. The views span from the East River to Central Park. The 37 story Leyton is located at 1059 Third Avenue between 62nd and 63rd street. The condominium tower has 38 apartments and is designed by architect Manuel Glas. Mansion Global reports that over $100 million of apartments have been sold at the building including 8 sales of full floor residences priced above $10 million.
Penthouse East, a 4 BR 3.5 Bath duplex with 3,809 SF interior space and a 1,510 SF terrace, that is built on top of Cast Iron House, lists for $12.95 million. Architect Shigeru Ban has transformed a landmarked 19th century neoclassical structure at 67-69 Franklin Street into 13 modern residences and two glass and steel penthouses. Amenities at the new development in TriBeCa include 24 hour doorman, fitness center, hydrotherapy spa, yoga studio, children’s playroom and a courtyard. [Mansion Global]