You Can Own The TriBeCa Penthouse In New York

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Located at 60 Warren Street, New York, this magnificent TriBeCa Penthouse was priced at $28,000,000. As there were no many interested buyers, the price is reduced to $24,500,000. If this is still a lot for you, you can purchase the upper 4 floors of the penthouse, separate, for just $17,500,000. This penthouse represents an unparalleled opportunity to own a unique townhouse in the sky. In this 5-story 10,911 square foot penthouse in a boutique condominium building in the heart of TriBeCa, you can enjoy sun-flooded double-height space, huge windows, 3 large terraces plus private roof garden totalling almost 2,000 square feet. Located at 60 Warren Street, New York, this magnificent TriBeCa Penthouse was priced at $28,000,000 The penthouse has 7 bedrooms, 4 full and 3 half bathrooms, fireplace, separate Jacuzzi room, stainless steel/glass staircase, dumbwaiter and private elevator that connect the floors. Additional benefits that penthouse has are 1,000-bottle wine storage, rooftop home gym, basement private storage. For other informations contact Listing Agent: Stephen McRae of Sotheby’s International Realty. Located at 60 Warren Street, New York, this magnificent TriBeCa Penthouse was priced at $28,000,000 Located at 60 Warren Street, New York, this magnificent TriBeCa Penthouse was priced at $28,000,000 Located at 60 Warren Street, New York, this magnificent TriBeCa Penthouse was priced at $28,000,000 Located at 60 Warren Street, New York, this magnificent TriBeCa Penthouse was priced at $28,000,000 Located at 60 Warren Street, New York, this magnificent TriBeCa Penthouse was priced at $28,000,000 Located at 60 Warren Street, New York, this magnificent TriBeCa Penthouse was priced at $28,000,000 Located at 60 Warren Street, New York, this magnificent TriBeCa Penthouse was priced at $28,000,000 Located at 60 Warren Street, New York, this magnificent TriBeCa Penthouse was priced at $28,000,000

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  1. Thinktank says:

    It doesn’t worth it. And I’m pretty sure it will still be on market in a year with a 10 to 20% discount…

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