First time ever brought to market, PHA is the crown jewel of 55 White Street, a boutique landmarked TriBeCa condominium defined by its stunning cast iron facade. A true sanctuary in the sky, this home is the epitome of indoor/outdoor living, featuring 1,525 square feet of beautifully landscaped wrap around terraces with phenomenal views of the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Hudson Yards and beyond.
Upon entering the main level by key-locked elevator, exquisite terrace and city views abound from every angle. Light floods through 14 oversized windows surrounding the main level with an open and airy feel. Each window is wrapped with custom millwork and provides exceptional insulation and soundproofing. The spacious living and dining areas provide a wonderful flow complemented by 11’ ceilings which open to the idyllic terrace, perfect for your morning coffee, entertaining or a quiet night at home. These rooms are partially separated by a wood-burning fireplace leaving the optimal balance of privacy and openness between both spaces. The bright eat-in-kitchen directly off the dining area is outfitted with upgraded appliances by Sub-Zero, Miele, Gaggenau and Bosch.
As you make way to the lower level, two skylights lead you to three oversized bedrooms. The second wraparound terrace is accessible from the master suite. The master is quite impressive and includes a wood-burning fireplace, large walk-in closet, formal sitting area and en-suite bath. The two peaceful secondary bedrooms are generously sized and provide beautiful views of the terrace and the Empire State Building. This level is complete with an abundance of closet space and new Bosch washer dryer with vent. Both floors have direct elevator access allowing for seamless luggage transportation or deliveries.
The home has automated storm shutters throughout the exterior which provide excellent security and insulation. Recent improvements include a Nest security system, Ecobee thermostat and new hot water heater.
55 White Street was built in 1861 and designed by John Kellum & Son, an important fixture in the development and design of cast-iron architecture, to serve as a saddle factory for saddlers John and Samuel Condict. Converted to condominiums in 1988, amenities include a full-time super, bike storage, a new elevator and landscaped roof deck. Located in covetable TriBeCa steps from the city’s finest restaurants, shopping and parks, including the Hudson River waterfront, and local transportation. This is truly a special piece of New York City to call home.
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