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You Can Own The TriBeCa Penthouse In New York

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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Written by Michoni

Milan Jovicic's passion is cars, men fashion and gadgets. As an editor and blogger for Extravaganzi he writes articles about fast and luxury vehicles, yachts and fashion, especially interested in expensive watches. When not working, he enjoys watching F1 and motorcycle racing.

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  1. 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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