Our favorite listing this week is a 4 Bedroom, 4.5 bathroom, pre-war building serviced by a highly trained staff and includes some of the most luxurious amenities in New York City. And will cost you $60,000 a month to rent.
Penthouse D expands over three floors and features 5,000-square-feet of interior and over 1,000-square-feet private outdoor space.
2 bedroom owners duplex over 2 bedroom rental duplex over a full finished basement. On A key-locked elevator opens into a marble tiled foyer, which welcomes you into the bright and oversized great room that has space for a living room, den and dinning area
The south facing master bedroom on the second floor of the triplex is bathed in natural light, has multiple closets and an en-suite east-facing bathroom that is adorned with Italian Calacatta marble slab walls. There is also a freestanding egg tub, a glass-enclosed steam shower with overhead rain dome, body sprayer, a relaxing stone bench, radiant heated floors, two sets of bronze faucets and a separate W.C. with bidet. This floor also has another bedroom with en-suite bathroom and what is currently set up as a den with a full bath just steps away.
The top floor of 443 Greenwich is surely the crown jewel of the home and features a sprawling room, encased in floor to ceiling glass doors that open effortlessly to the expansive private outdoor roof terrace. This 1,000+ square-foot space has a built out kitchen section featuring a natural gas Wolfe BBQ grill, sink, fridge and a separate garden area.
Amenities include a 70-foot long indoor swimming pool with Turkish baths, a 5,000-square-foot landscaped roof and a central courtyard with lush flowers and trees. Additionally, the building hosts a state-of-the-art fitness center with private yoga/dance studios, a children's playroom, wine room and valet parking for all of the residences at no extra cost.
Tai Alexander, Oren Alexander and Jared Schwadron are the listing agents. Viewings by appointment only. For more information click here
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