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]
Pavilion-A at Woolworth Tower, listed for $23,355,000, is a 6,711 SF 5 BR home with 4+ baths, 6 skylights, up to 22 ft ceilings and a 2,770 SF duplex terrace. The 29th FL apartment features cinematic views of the New York City skyline, a master bedroom suite with private access to the outdoor space and a great room with a spiral staircase leading to the rooftop terrace.
Woolworth Tower amenities include white glove service in a resident-only lobby, the Gilbert Lounge, Woolworth Pool, Fitness Studio, Wine Cellar & Tasting Room, and on-site parking. The 58 story Neo-gothic tower, located at 2 Park Place in TriBeCa, was built in 1913. Architect Thierry W. Despont has transformed the top thirty floors of the landmark building into thirty-two luxury condominiums. [NY Post]
A loft penthouse duplex at 140 Franklin Street with over 5,000 sqft of interior space and a 2,200 sqft landscaped terrace sold for $14.5 million. The 4 bedroom 3.5 bath residence was initially purchased for $10.75 million in 2018. The grand double height living room features a skylight, original cast iron columns and a wood burning fireplace. 140 Franklin Street was built in 1887 in the Romanesque Revival style and converted to a boutique full service condominium in 2000. [NY Post]