2 bed • 2.5 bath • 1,513 sq ft • Offered at $3,999,000
Perched 600 feet above New York Harbor, this two bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath home is the highest floor in the “B” line at 50 West Street. Two amazing exposures — To the east, wake up to brilliant morning light with the sun rising over the towers of the Financial District.
To the south, the floor-to-ceiling curved-glass windows offer panoramic postcard views of Governor’s Island, the Statue of Liberty and beyond.The externally-vented chef’s kitchen features custom Italian walnut cabinetry, absolute black granite countertops and a separate island. First-in-class appliances include Miele double ovens and dishwasher, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine storage.
The luxurious master bathroom features a warm palette of polished marble and walnut, an extra deep soaking tub, double sinks, a heated floor and fixtures from Hansgrohe and Toto. The spacious second bath is finished in White River Marble, a custom oak vanity and and Glasso counter-top. A separate powder room finished in travertine is conveniently located just off the living room.
A custom Lutron smart home system with WiFi-enabled thermostats and “Alexa” integration allows you to control the temperature and ambience of the home even while you are away. 11-foot ceilings, hardwood oak flooring and solid-core doors enhance the feeling of luxury. With custom motorized solar shades, privacy is yours with just the touch of a button.
The world-class amenities at 50 West Street add more than 20,000 square feet of extended living space to your home. The Water Club features a 60-foot indoor lap pool, hot tub, steam room and sauna. The full-floor fitness center offers everything from Spin and Yoga classes to personal spa treatments and a golf simulator where you can play nearly 100 different courses from around the globe. A full-floor entertainment level offers space for children and families with play rooms, a game room, private cinema, and library.
The 65th floor Observatory has two built-in barbecue stations, separate dining and sunning areas, and of course, incredible views.The Financial District is the city’s oldest and newest neighborhood. Enjoy shopping at Brookfield Place (Hermes, Ferragamo, Fendi and Le District) , The Oculus (Apple and Eataly) and fine dining at Nobu, Keith McNally’s Augustine, Tom Colicchio’s Temple Court, Danny Meyer’s Manhatta, James Kent’s Crown Shy and soon to open SAGE. A brand new Whole Foods and the new WTC Performing Arts Center is on tap to open in 2021.
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