The Building: 60 Collister.
The Amenity: A 45-foot-long private pool.
The Pitch: $24.5 million.
For $25 million, one expects a lot, and this 9,200-square-foot four-bedroom triplex in Tribeca certainly has it all, from sauna to twelve-seat theater. (The 1866 building once housed Area, the eighties nightclub frequented by Andy Warhol.) The centerpiece of the apartment, though, is a true rarity: a 45-foot heated lap pool lined in Carrera marble. Is this actually sellable these days? Depends on who’s looking. “One person’s extravagance is another person’s necessity,” says Corcoran’s Deborah Grubman. She makes it sound almost conventional, and that may be because she has two private-pool apartments on the market: The other one’s in a townhouse on N. Moore Street.