The Reimagining of the City's
Most Iconic Tower is Now Complete

"The Mozart of Skyscrapers."

Paul Goldberger

The Woolworth Tower Residences

The Woolworth Building soars above City Hall Park at the gateway to TriBeCa. Unprecedented in size and sophistication when it was first completed in 1913, this graceful tower remains an elegant jewel in the skyline of downtown Manhattan. The top thirty floors have been masterfully transformed by famed French architect Thierry W Despont into The Woolworth Tower Residences: a limited collection of thirty-two luxury TriBeCa condominium residences atop a celebrated New York City landmark. A true limited-edition, now available for immediate occupancy.

The Residences

This National Historic Landmark has inspired countless painters, photographers, movie makers, dreamers, and everyday New Yorkers. Today, The Woolworth Building is the most desirable residential address in TriBeCa with pre-war inspired layouts, with multiple exposures, that optimize the extraordinary sightlines from the tower. Thoughtfully composed, the homes are bathed in natural light and offer formal foyers, gracious entertaining spaces, flexible floor plans, and elevated ceiling heights.

Great Room
The perfect proportions of Cass Gilbert's tower provide an ideal canvas for Thierry W Despont's timeless yet contemporary design aesthetic. The generously proportioned living rooms are designed for entertaining with elevated ceiling heights, solid oak herringbone flooring, and oversized windows framed by terra cotta façade detailing, offering cinematic views of the surrounding cityscape and waterways.
Custom kitchens with Dada cabinetry crafted by the Molteni Group offer Calacatta Caldia marble countertops and back-splashes, solid oak herringbone floors, and a suite of integrated Miele appliances.
Many of the kitchens gracefully flow into dining and entertaining spaces.
Master Bathroom
The windowed retreats are sheathed in Calacatta Caldia marble with a Nero Marquina accent trim. The sophisticated detailing includes radiant heated floors, Custom Dada cabinetry crafted by the Molteni Group, Dornbracht platinum-finish fittings, steam showers, and free standing tubs in select residences.
Framed by Cass Gilbert's gothic silhouette, select residences offer extraordinary private terrace experiences. Encased by the restored landmark terra cotta detailing, and offering cinematic views of the river and cityscape, the terraces are among the most iconic and desirable private outdoor spaces in New York City.