We all have a dream that is to live in a skyscraper, and get our coffee watching the amazing view with the indefinable pleasure of being high. So, here is a chance to meet your dreamy place in Soho Skyscraper. This exceptional triplex penthouse is the highest point of 10 Sullivan, gracing its signature south-facing prow, where curved walls of oversized windows offer exceptional southern light and breathtaking Downtown and Uptown panoramas.
This amazing project has been handled by Property Markets Group and Madison Equities, the 16-story triangle-shaped condo tower was inspired by the iconic Flatiron building, and is the tallest residential building in SoHo.
The stunning residence features 23-foot ceilings and multi-paned casement windows, framing panoramic views of the Empire State building, Hudson River Park, One World Trade Center, and more.
It is located on the top two levels of 10 Sullivan, and it has five-bedroom, five-bath duplex penthouse in a total of 6,885 square feet—5,503 square feet of interior space and 1,382 square feet of outdoor space, with a wrap-around terrace and private rooftop.
Striking the perfect balance between simplicity and luxury, the sleek master bedroom is airy and bright, with light streaming in its huge windows. Motorized shades, oil-rubbed Danish oak, and radiant heated flooring throughout the home add to the warm and welcoming effect. Lighting, temperature, and entertainment are controlled with the touch of a tablet by Savant Home Automation Systems.
The building also includes a 24-hour concierge, an integrated security systems, keyed elevators, a sunlit fitness center, stroller and bicycle storage, tempered and filtered fresh air, and individual storage facilities with parking spaces available for purchase.
There is only one thing left to say about this amazing penthouse, don’t hesitate to have and move to this luxury skyscraper. Follow your dream!
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