This exquisite 1410 square foot two bedroom, two-and-a-half bath with a private work space/baby room faces north and east in the historic Ralph Walker building at 100 Barclay in Tribeca. An expansive great room features loft like ceilings over 10', oversized double-hung windows and flooring of white oak. The large and open eat-in kitchen is conveniently set back from the great room area and features an oversized island, custom oak cabinetry brought in from Italy, marble countertops and is equipped with a Sub-Zero refrigerator as well as wine storage, Wolf gas range with a vented hood, and Miele speed dishwasher and oven. The lavish master bedroom suite features two large walk-in closets and a generous en-suite bath featuring Waterworks fixtures and bathtub, custom designed double vanity and floor-to-ceiling Calacatta Gold marble. Additionally, this home includes a private work space or potential baby room. A dedicated storage unit located on the floor is available for sale with the unit. Construction includes a multi-zone 4-pipe heating and cooling system, floor heating and features a full size washer and vented dryer unit. The flow, layout and price of this home in this building offers the right buyer a rare opportunity.
Ralph Walker Tribeca is a full service building with a 4-hour doorman, concierge and valet parking made available to residents. In addition, the building boasts over 40,000 square feet of amenity space including a fitness center designed by The Wright Fit, an 8-foot heated lap pool, wading pool, billiards room, a club lounge with bar and dining room, four common outdoor spaces with sunrise and sunset terraces, children's play room, teen lounge, media lounge, wine tasting room, conference room with Wi-Fi throughout club level, private recreation space and bike storage. Surrounded by the best of Tribeca, Battery Park City, and within close proximity to Brookfield Place and the Westfield World Trade Center transportation hub and shopping mall designed by Santiago Calatrava, 100 Barclay represents the resurgence of Downtown Manhattan and is the seminal triumph of Ralph Walker, named Architect of the Century by the American Institute of Architects.