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TRUE TRIBECA CHARM

Located at 16 Jay Street, between Greenwich and Hudson Streets, this 4,400-SF triplex PH serves up mega-lofty spaces, including six bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, a large living and dining room with a wood-burning fireplace, a stunning chef’s kitchen, and two landscaped terraces. Authentic TriBeCa
finishes include exposed wood-beamed ceilings, the original timber columns, pear wood details throughout, and a wall of oversized windows. The kitchen’s 10-foot center island brings entertaining center stage and features a six-burner industrial stove vented to the roof, beautiful stone countertops, and an endless array of ash wood cabinetry. A sky-lit staircase leads to the bedrooms and terraces of this pre-war condominium.
Count on central air and CAT 5 wiring, too. $8.25 million. OCCUPANCY IMMEDIATE.

RICHARD ORENSTEIN | 212-381-4248 | HALSTEAD PROPERTY


CLASSIC CANDELA

Inside 995 Fifth Avenue at 81st Street, a 7,067-SF, 5BR duplex PH with 5,000 square feet of outdoor space is up for sale. Serving up four exposures, this 11-room cond-op’s views include the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Central Park. The large kitchens are ready to be customized with the buyer’s preferred finishes, be it granite or marble, and the cabinetry is courtesy of England’s bespoke Smallbone of Devizes. Design
preferences extend to the bathrooms too, but this time, furnishings and fixtures are from Christo Lefroy Brooks. The PH features a formal dining room, a media room, an enormous family room, his & her dressing rooms, four wood-burning fireplaces, and maid’s rooms. Building amenities include La Palestra Spa, a breakfast lounge, library/conference room, 24/7 concierge services, and a wine specialist. Guest studio suites for sale.
$47.5 million. OCCUPANCY SUMMER 2008.

STACEY PASHCOW-GARDI | 212-570-9950 | THE CORCORAN SUNSHINE MARKETING GROUP


DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE

If a 5,000-SF PH in TriBeCa is your dream home then look no further than 288 West Street. The 3BR
(convertible to 4BRs) loft provides jaw-dropping views of the Hudson River along with cityscapes to the north, south, and east. Between Canal and Watts Streets, this prewar co-op features a separate entry foyer opening onto a sky-lit great room with enormous dining and kitchen areas. A separate library can easily convert to another bedroom. The master suite boasts a huge walk-in closet and the ensuite bathroom has a freestanding claw foot tub, a walk-in mosaic-tiled shower stall, and two pedestal sinks. Fine finishes include original wood beams and columns. This unit also offers exclusive key-access elevator, central air, and air rights. There’s a communal laundry room and landscaped roof garden, too. $6.995 million. OCCUPANCY IMMEDIATE.

WENDY MAITLAND | 212-317-3660 | BROWN HARRIS STEVENS


HILL TOP

If Carnegie Hill pre-wars are topping your list, check out the full-floor PH at 9 E. 96th Street. Steps from Central Park, this 3,000-SF co-op with 2,000 square feet of exterior space boasts fabulous indoor and outdoor views. The 4BR home features 12-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and wrap-around terraces with a Japanese rock garden and waterfall. Additionally, the oversized living room has a wood-burning fireplace and there’s a huge family room. The master bath features a separate rain shower stall, a steam room, and radiant heat floors. The view-filled chef’s kitchen shows off mahogany cabinetry with granite worktops, an eat-at counter, and appliances from Sub-Zero, Viking, and Miele. Two-zone central air, CAT 5 wiring, indoor and outdoor sound system, private elevator access, and an opportunity to expand. $7.495 million.
OCCUPANCY IMMEDIATE.

AMANDA BRAINERD | 212-439-4547 | WARBURG REALTY PARTNERSHIP



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