After being on the shelves for as much as four years, Tribeca’s 101 Warren Street condo was finally sold for $13,237,250 became the most successful condominium offering in the history of downtown Manhattan. Spread over a sprawling area of 4.518 square foot, the duplex property is seated in a glass box on top of 01 Warren’s frenetic granite façade which is bestowed with uninterrupted views and wraparound terrace beauty.
Hailed as Skyhome 3460, this condominium was developed by Edward J. Minskoff in partnership with award-winning architects Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. It boasts of generously proportioned rooms including a stunning corner great room, separate dining room, both with soaring 12’4 ceilings, a Bulthaup B3 custom kitchen, gracious living room, separate service entry to laundry area and maid’s room w/ en-suite bath.
Skyhome 3460 is indeed a pinnacle piece of estate in one of the most popular new developments in New York City. The price of this condominium saw a drop since the time it was first listed in 2006. The final sale price if of $13,237,250 was 15.5% below the original asking price, and 19% off the peak price.