Stunning 360-degree views of the city envelop this larger-than-life abode high above Tribeca.
Perched atop the eye-catching sculptural glass structure crafted by architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox, this 7,488-square-foot penthouse at 111 Murray St. offers an unrivaled residential experience. With five bedrooms and 6 ½ bathrooms, the space spans an entire floor and is accessible via a private elevator vestibule. Soaring ceilings reaching over 12 feet high create an openness that few other New York City homes offer.
In the kitchen area, designed by architect David Mann, a five-seat island complements top-of-the-line appliances and dreamy white oak cabinetry, alluring marble with bookmatched waterfall, countertop and backsplash, and glamorous Dornbracht fixtures in a custom soft black matte finish.
The 64-story 111 Murray St. is wrapped in elegant curved glass and culminates in a crown shape at its peak, where Penthouse 2 awaits.
Head to the southwest wing of the penthouse and the striking primary suite spanning over 1,300 square feet awaits. Here, south- and west-facing views take center stage, while a wet bar, a private terrace, a pair of spacious dressing rooms and dual primary baths level up the meaning of luxury living. $40 million, 111 Murray St., PH2, Emily Sertic, 917.499.7466, Noble Black, 347.526.3308, Lisa Simonsen, 917.575.6775, Jessica Chestler, 914.439.5717, Ben Jacobs, 917.887.3922, elliman.com, 111murray.com