Woolworth Tower 29th FL Five BR With Duplex Terrace On Market For $23,355,000

2 Park Place, Pavilion A, Master Bedroom
Pavilion A, Master Bedroom

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]

Pavilion-A, Great Room
Pavilion-A, Great Room

Woolworth Tower Pinnacle Penthouse Lists For $79 Million

Woolworth Penthouse, Great Room Design By Thierry W. Despont
Woolworth Penthouse, Great Room Design Plans By Thierry W. Despont

The five floor spire is 9,680 sqft with panoramic views and is currently configured as a raw space with custom design plans by Thierry W. Despont and listed for $79 Million. The developer of Woolworth Tower Residences, Alchemy Properties, has optimized the Pinnacle Penthouse with a 408 sqft observatory terrace, 125 additional windows and an in residence private elevator. Woolworth Tower is located at 2 Park Place in TriBeCa. [NY Post]

Woolworth Penthouse, Library Designed Thierry W. Despont
Woolworth Penthouse, Library Design Plans By Thierry W. Despont

Manhattan Penthouse Sales Surge In 2021

30 Park Place Penthouse, double height loggia
30 Park Place Penthouse, double height loggia

“In Manhattan, penthouse contracts signed from Jan. 1 to May 31 of this year were the most on record since 2007,” the inception of the research data, reports Mansion Global . “A total of 222 penthouses went into contract in the first five months of the year, a 35% increase from the same period in 2019…

One of the highest-priced penthouse contracts so far this year is Penthouse 88A at 15 Hudson Yards on Manhattan’s far West Side, which went into contract asking $29.5 million earlier this month. 

Other notable penthouse transactions include a pair at the Four Seasons Private Residences at 30 Park Place in Tribeca, one went into contract in April and closed on May 26 for $18.5 million, and the other found a buyer with an asking price of $25 million on April 28. 

Also, a pair of penthouses at Lantern House in Chelsea, designed by Thomas Heatherwick, priced at $18.947 million and $16.975 million, went into contract in February and June, respectively.

Currently, the most expensive penthouse available for sale in Manhattan is the pinnacle penthouse at The Woolworth Tower Residences, listed for $79 million in March.”

Woolworth Tower, 2 Park Place, Pinnacle Penthouse
Woolworth Tower, Pinnacle Penthouse