As the world’s first Art Deco skyscraper, this 1927 Ralph Walker–designed property in Tribeca comes with a certain amount of prestige. But it’s not just the unique building’s heritage that gives it star appeal. One Hundred Barclay comes with 40,000 sq ft of exclusive amenities, from its two pools, fitness center and residents-use wine storage space and tasting room to the landmarked lobby’s lounge and bar. The penthouse, spanning the top two floors of this 33-story building, has 14,500 sq ft to settle into. A windowed entrance gallery leads to the penthouse’s 100ft-long living room, featuring what’s said to be the largest art wall in any New York City home, complemented by 22ft-high ceilings and arched windows that let the light flood in while providing impressive views of the city skyline. The interiors have been partially completed, with a state-of-the-art kitchen already in place, but around 6,000 sq ft has been left as a blank canvas for complete customization. There’s ample space for up to seven bedrooms.
$59m. Contact Vickey Barron, associate broker, firstname.lastname@example.org, +1 212 444 7971, 100barclay.com