A lavish duplex penthouse residence which occupies the entirety of the top two (32nd and 33rd) floors of One Hundred Barclay in Tribeca, the world’s first Art Deco skyscraper designed by Ralph Walker, has hit the market for $39,950,000. The penthouse is one of the largest private residences in New York City at 14,539 SF. The Penthouse also features one of the largest living room and one of the largest continuous art walls in any private home in New York City, allowing for display of works of museum scale. The unit also comes complete with a 65’ x 30’ eat-in chef’s kitchen with a 630-bottle wine cellar and family room with two-sided slab-stone fireplace. The layout can be flexed up to seven bedrooms and features signature, dramatic arched windows, some of which span 9’ wide and rise to 20’ tall, offering iconic vistas of the city skyline, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, and the Hudson River. Ceiling heights range from 19’ to 21’.
One Hundred Barclay welcomes guests with a spectacular landmarked Art Deco Grand Lobby with Ralph Walker-designed vaulted ceiling and hand-painted ceiling murals depicting the historical advancement of human communication. Jeffrey Beers International has designed the Grand Lobby to include a curated collection of seating, lounge, and entertaining areas exclusively for residents and their guests. The building also features a landmarked Art Deco Elevator Lobby, originally designed by Ralph Walker, featuring design elements including ornate cast bronze elevator surrounds, carved and patterned marble, and limestone walls.
100 Barclay St. The Penthouse, is currently listed for $39,950,000 with Shaun Osher of CORE NYC.