This spacious penthouse is located in the TriBeCa neighborhood of Manhattan, NY. It features approximately 7,200 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, private elevator, grand 2-story living/dining area with skylight and marble fireplace, gourmet kitchen with 400 bottle walk-in wine cellar, paneled library with fireplace and wetbar, 2nd floor loft/billiards room and a rooftop terrace with full kitchen. It is listed at $19,500,000.

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  • Nick

    Damn 19 million sure doesn’t stretch too far in NYC




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  • Grrrowler

    Now this I like, a lot. It’s modern but warm, textural, interesting, and livable. This is how “modern” should be done. I like that there are many different natural materials in all the various rooms. and even the furnishings get a thumbs up from me. The interior should age very well and will probably still look good in a dozen year’s time. TriBeCa is not my favorite NYC neighborhood (it’s a little too far downtown for my liking) but there is a lot happening there. As for the price, it’s 7,200 square feet in Manhattan; it seems about average, but I’m sure it will drop before this place sells.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Well said, all. I ended up liking this a great deal more than I thought I would based solely on the “penthouse in Tribeca” line. It actually looks pretty damn good.




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  • Daniel

    Looks very nice. I love the Art Deco furnishings. Kitchen and library are gorgeous. Biggest turnoff is the stone wall in the living room…seems like an afterthought and is completely unnecessary.




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  • Chris

    Its nice, modern, but not too modern. I like it.




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  • Al Robinson

    Yeah, this is the spot! It’s unique and classic rolled together. It’s pretty damn cool that it’s in Manhattan also. Imagine waking up and sitting on the outside deck checking out the city skyline. $19.5 million IS a lot of money, but it’s New York after all.




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  • rob

    This would be a great place to come home to after a day in the city. I like it a lot. It feels like a real home, unlike so many Manhattan apts. that feel like they are just staged ego trips. It is roomy and comfortable. I could really see having a great time living in this place. Two things I am not sure about are the area and the views. I would like to see what the view is like and I don’t know Manhattan well enough to know the area. At least it doesn’t feel as stuffy as the upper East Side.




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