A New York City condo which features an art gallery-inspired design and comes with its own outdoor film projector has hit the market for $9.8 million.
Located on Greenwich Street in the Tribeca Summit building, the four-bedroom, six-bathroom abode is being offered for sale for the first time since the condominium’s debut, according to the listing.
Built in 1912 as a classic warehouse, the building was converted into residences in 2007.
“This unique home provides the best of both worlds, the privacy of townhouse living with the convenience of a full-service doorman building with all the amenities that come with it,” the listing states.
Dubbed the largest home in Tribeca Summit, the residence, immersed in art, comes with a private back patio that includes the projector for all of your screening needs. It also has its own deeded parking space. Motorized louvers on the cabana ensure the al fresco viewing room remains accessible rain or shine.
“A built-in speaker system, Wi-Fi repeaters and built-in projector can transform this space into your own private cinema at a moment’s notice,” the listing described.
The three-story residence also has its own private entrance on Hubert Street.
Spanning over 4,300 square feet, the residence boasts 13-feet-long ceilings on the main level with an expansive living, dining and cooking space.
Oversized arched windows provide massive amounts of sunlight. Radiant heat and custom riffed oak flooring is found throughout the main level.
On the second level is an oversized main suite with two walk-in closets and a spa-like en-suite bath with a soak tub and a separate oversized shower with steam.
The third level boasts the third bedroom and laundry room.
Features throughout the home include a Lutron lighting system, motorized shades (solar in all rooms and solar and blackout in the bedrooms), built-in speaker system with Sonos equipment, recessed lighting, Nest-controlled central air conditioning, high-end California Closets and a home alarm system for added security.
Building amenities include a landscaped roof deck, children’s playroom, fitness center and residents lounge.
Tracie F. Golding with Compass has the listing.