Take a Peek Inside a $59 Million Penthouse That Is Part of a NYC Landmark

A luxurious penthouse in Tribeca that is up for sale is an attention-grabbing property for a number of reasons. Not only is the penthouse in the world’s first Art Deco skyscraper designed by renowned architect Ralph Walker, but it is also listed for a whopping $59 million — making it one of the most expensive and exclusive properties in the city.

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The 14,500-square-foot home is located at One Hundred Barclay in Tribeca, a designated New York City Landmark built in 1927 that was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2009. The skyscraper was previously known as the Verizon Building. See the full listing here.
Scott Frances
The penthouse, which boasts of a private elevator landing on the 32nd floor, has custom marble mosaic flooring, which leads to a windowed gallery entrance.See the full listing here.
Scott Frances
Upon entering the property, which spans the entire 32nd and 33rd floors, you are lead to the great room, which measures 96 feet by 33 feet. This is one of the largest living rooms in The Big Apple. See the full listing here.
Scott Frances
The penthouse also features 21-foot ceiling and arched floor-to-ceiling windows that allow for views of the Hudson River, the Statue of Liberty and the New York City skyline. See the full listing here.
Scott Frances
An interesting feature found in this seven bedroom property is the largest continuous art wall in any private home in New York City. This focal point allows its next owner to display works of art and masterpieces of grand scales. Just how large is this wall? It measure 65 feet wide by 22 feet tall. See the full listing here.
Scott Frances
The property also has a professional kitchen with a butler’s pantry, dining area, a wine room that holds 630 bottles and a dual-sided gas fireplace. Marble countertops and backsplashes, oak cabinetry and top-of-the-line appliances are also found throughout the kitchen. See the full listing here.
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