Mega-Penthouse in Architect Ralph Walker’s Tribeca Masterpiece Asks $59M



Mega-Penthouse at Architect Ralph Walker’s Famous Tribeca Building Asks $59M

The crown jewel of the illustrious Ralph Walker-designed 100 Barclay Street is quietly for sale for a not-so-quiet $59 million. 

Surprisingly, the close-to-$60 million price tag isn't even record-setting considering an Upper East Side penthouse went into contract for $80 million in late 2017.

The opulent Tribeca penthouse clocks in at 14,500 square feet and has a living room longer than an NBA basketball court, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Taking up the entire 32nd and 33rd floors, the impressive duplex has a finished kitchen and bathrooms, but most of the unit has been left untouched to allow for a buyer’s own customizations. There are a plethora of layout options, which gives someone the special chance to make a historic dwelling their own. A staged living room shows how contemporary chandeliers and circular mirrors can add chic playfulness to the huge space while original details like 21-foot high arched windows exude Old New York glamour.

Mega-Penthouse at Architect Ralph Walker’s Famous Tribeca Building Asks $59M
Mega-Penthouse at Architect Ralph Walker’s Famous Tribeca Building Asks $59M

Built in 1927, the Art Deco building is known for it’s grand lobby, which has remained in original form despite the complete renovation of the tower. In 2016, developer Magnum Real Estate Group partnered with CIM Group to convert the residence into a 157-unit luxury condominium, complete with amenities like a lap pool, wine-tasting room, and fitness center.

Vickey Barron of The Corcoran Group has the monumental listing, which is not yet live online. 

Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit Module

Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags