One of the 21 residences in the Skyloft building (located at 145 Hudson Street), this 4,120-square-foot condo—currently on the market for $13.175 million—lies in Manhattan’s coveted neighborhood of TriBeCa.
Initially purchased as semi-raw space, the tranquil home was redesigned a few years ago by architectural company Gary Lee Partners, which went on to win the 2010 AIA Chicago Design Excellence Award for the project. Offering panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River, the luxurious three-bedroom features oversized and bespoke, double-pane steel casement windows, and comes equipped with humidifying, auxiliary heating, and Nulux lighting systems.
The residence’s kitchen—which has its own service entrance—comes complete with top-notch professional appliances by Thermador and Viking, on top of Caesarstone countertops. Its master bath showcases Moda Siena Silver Travertine stone, a steam shower, a hydrotherapy bathtub, and leads to a private gym. Among the home’s slew of noteworthy features are custom oak paneling and pocket doors and diamond-polished concrete floors.