|By PR Newswire||
|January 27, 2014 01:02 PM EST||
NEW YORK, Jan. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Perched atop 250 West Street, located in the heart of TriBeCa's landmark historic district, sits an unrivaled, new penthouse offering an incredible expanse of protected Hudson River views. Debuting on the market at $39.5 million, the penthouse is exclusively listed with Raphael DeNiro and Leonard Steinberg of Douglas Elliman.
"We're thrilled to unveil the Hubert Street penthouse at 250 West Street. It is the crown jewel of the building and a unique offering unlike anything else on the market," said Samantha Sax, Director of Sales and Marketing for Elad Group, the building's developer.
Affording an incomparable level of privacy and security the penthouse has an exclusive entrance on TriBeCa's coveted Hubert Street. Experience a tremendous sense of arrival through a 1,438 square foot threshold with a deeded personal loading berth, where a car may pull in, and an intimate lobby. A private elevator ascends to an impressive living space that stretches across 5,718 square feet. The home's vast entertaining area extends to a massive 4,298-square-foot, north, south and west facing private terrace that touts lush landscaping, an IPE deck and an inviting six-person Jacuzzi.
Overlooking the river from floor-to-ceiling windows, the open entertaining space spans the full width of the home, centered by a gracious sky lit living room with 14-foot ceilings. To the south a convivial dining room adjoins a gourmet kitchen, complete with a substantial Calacatta Gold marble island paired with matching countertops and backsplashes, walnut cabinetry, Miele appliances and a custom brushed stainless steel Rangecraft hood. On the northern side is a richly appointed library with exquisite custom millwork that offers sleek built-in walnut book shelves, a motorized projection screen and a glowing, double-sided ethanol burning fireplace.
The master suite delivers a decadent walk-in closet with bespoke walnut and glass fittings, leading through to a windowed en suite master bathroom where a free-standing, custom-carved Bianco Rhino marble soaking tub overlooks the terrace and the city skyline beyond. The spacious steam shower features Lefroy Brooks fixtures, a custom teak bench and a built-in LCD waterproof television. An infrared sauna along with a gorgeous vanity with walnut cabinetry and marble countertop completes the space.
The residence also offers three additional bedroom suites, each with a full en suite bathroom and direct access to the outdoor terrace. A laundry room furnished with a Miele washer and dryer and a walnut paneled powder room are also available.
Entirely outfitted as a "smart home," the penthouse is built with a sophisticated Crestron control system, which can be operated inside the home via touch panel or key pad or on the go – directly from a computer or handheld device.
The recently completed full-service building boasts a 24-hour concierge, a private library with 13-foot ceilings, rich wood paneling and soaring windows draped in velvet for the exclusive use of residents and their guests, an indoor swimming pool, children's playroom, sauna, state-of-the-art fitness center and common roof terrace.
Across the street, stretching from Battery Park City to the George Washington Bridge is the magnificently landscaped Hudson River Park. The building is also convenient to vibrant TriBeCa's many sought-after cultural, shopping and dining destinations.
For more information call 212-460-0655 or 212-727-6164. High-resolution photos are available by request to [email protected].
SOURCE Elad Group
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