One Hundred Barclay Street in Tribeca, the world's first Art Deco skyscraper by Ralph Walker, has unveiled a luxurious model residence designed by esteemed Australian designer Timothy Godbold. Timothy brings a fashionable aesthetic to Residence 24A which is on the market for $6.55 million. The home features 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms spread over nearly 3,000 SF withSouthern and Eastern exposures. Residence 24A also features 7-foot casement windows, 10-foot high ceilings, and 4-inch white oak floors. Godbold drew inspiration from the graphic paintings of Senegalese artist Babacar M’Bodj Niang and the pop art of Keith Haring. Timothy's military-chic aesthetic is evident in the masculine palette of white, black, cognac. Richly textural additions bring nuance and warmth to the space. Plush rugs, rustic French dining chairs and cerused wood dovetail with expected wallpapers and patterns throughout.
Originally conceived as the headquarters for the New York Telephone Company, the building has been called, "one of the most significant structures in skyscraper design," by the New York Landmarks Preservation Commission. After undergoing a condo conversion the building now features gorgeous loft-like residences with the largest amenity offering in the neighborhood of over 40,000 SF. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the exclusive sales and marketing agency for One Hundred Barclay Street.
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