A final remaining unit with a terrace at 100 Barclay, the stunning historic building that was once home to New York Telephone Company, hits the market for $5,995,000 with Tara King Brown of The Corcoran Group.
Designed by Ralph Walker – a famed architect who played a key role in shaping the twentieth-century Manhattan skyline – the building was completed in 1927. The embodiment of the art-deco design, 100 Barclay was considered the first skyscraper in New York. The building has preserved numerous of its original details including the astonishing murals in the historic lobby. It also has the largest amenities offering in Tribeca at over 40,000 square feet!
The last remaining unit with a terrace, Residence 16D is a massive 4-bedroom (can also be a five-bedroom), 5 bath home with 144 square feet of private outdoor space, a gas BBQ, and grand 7-foot casement windows.
The home’s open kitchen is outfitted with custom cabinetry and even a pot filler. There are Calacatta gold marble countertops, a huge island that seats six guests, and appliances by Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Miele.
The residence’s primary bathroom features radiant heating and Waterworks fixtures. The secondary bedroom has an en-suite bath, spacious closets, luxurious details like a custom marble vanity top in the bathroom. There is also a spacious laundry closet with an LG washer dryer for added convenience.
Residents of 100 Barclay have access to a fitness center designed by the Wright Fit, an 82-foot lap pool with a children’s pool, spa and treatment rooms, a club level with entertaining spaces, bicycle storage, and private storage.