Last week the penthouse at 100 Barclay has reentered the market with a 20 million dollar price cut from $59 million to $39,950 million. The duplex residence which occupies the entirety of the top two (32nd and 33rd) floors of One Hundred Barclay in Tribeca, the world’s first Art Deco skyscraper designed by Ralph Walker and spans about 14,500 square feet.
The Penthouse boasts one of the largest living room and one of the largest continuous art wall in any private home in New York City, allowing for display of works of museum scale.
One Hundred Barclay offers the most robust amenities package in Tribeca. Featuring over 40,000 square feet, residents can enjoy a fitness center complete with a sauna and steam room, two swimming pools, children's playroom, music practice rooms, media lounge, additional wine storage and tasting room, bike room and additional storage. A Landmark Art-Deco lobby and bar are accessible to residents only.
Shaun Osher at CORE is the listing agent.