In the heart of TriBeCa’s landmark historic district, perched atop 250 West Street, you’ll find this lavish penthouse with private Hubert Street entrance and unobstructed Hudson River views. The brand new penthouse with almost 120 feet of western facing frontage on the river is listed for $39,5 million.
Luxury 7,250-square-foot home with four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms features custom design details, high-end finishes and smart technology. It features the open entertaining space, a convivial dining room, 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. There is a spacious 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. A lavish master suite features a bespoke walnut and glass walk-in closet, a free-standing, custom-carved Bianco Rhino marble soaking tub, the spacious steam shower with Lefroy Brooks fixtures, a custom teak bench and a built-in LCD waterproof television and an infrared sauna awith a gorgeous vanity with walnut cabinetry and marble countertop. The residence also offers three additional bedroom suites, each with a full en suite bathroom and direct access to the outdoor terrace.
Dubbed as a “smart home,” the penthouse features a Creston control system that can be operated using a touch panel, computer, or smartphone — allowing you to control the streamlined surveillance system, motorized window shades, volume and lighting.
Elad Group’s building offers full-service such as 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.
The listing is held exclusively with Raphael DeNiro and Leonard Steinberg of Douglas Elliman.