Platinum Properties has been named as the exclusive sales agent for 200 Chambers Street, an ultra-luxurious New York City penthouse which is being listed for $17.995 million.
Daniel Hedeya, president of Platinum Properties says “This penthouse is one of the most perfect homes I’ve ever seen. I’m incredibly excited to be working on the residents as the exclusive agent.”
The 4700 ft.² penthouse has been built with the highest quality construction materials that money can buy, and the east, west and north exposures include views of the Woolworth Building, City Hall, the new Frank Gehry Tower, the Empire State building and the Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges. The original owner, an Italian businessman placed quality and design above cost, as it wasn’t his intention to sell.
The penthouse is 30 stories up in the centre of Tribeca, between Warren and West Streets, and has four bedrooms, 4 1/2 bathrooms, a modern stainless steel kitchen, limestone baths, touchpad lighting and temperature controls, and its own water treatment system which purifies water emerging from every faucet.
Hedaya went on to say:
“What is amazing about the residents-and something I believe is rare to find in New York City-is that due to the fact that this apartment was never intended to be put on the market, every detail is out of this world and the absolute best. This home is the epitome of super lavish amenities and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.”
The master bathroom suite is an incredible 1000 ft.² and runs the length of the home giving views of lower in midtown Manhattan. Apparently the owner wanted every feature to give a different but enjoyable experience, and was very keen on open space loft living.
Drew Stuart, a partner at Incorporated Architecture and Design who were responsible for the design and build of the penthouse said “He had a very meticulous eye for beauty and detail.”
Platinum Properties is also responsible for staging the home with more than $1.5 million worth of art and furniture. The art has been curated by Victoria Brooks and Jonathan Berkenstadt of BB Advisories, while the furnishings are provided by Domus Design Collections. Staging the home took four months of preparation and execution, and everything inside the home is for sale.
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