Housed in a National Historic Landmark transformed into a timeless collection of homes by Thierry Despont, the condos at the Woolworth Tower Residences offer denizens of the New Downtown a chance to live in a luxuriously restored icon of the city. As seen recently in HBO’s Succession, Pavilion A a part of the Woolworth Tower Residences Penthouse Collection, is one of the last of its available residences. With its 6,711 square feet of sprawling living space and its expansive rooftop terrace, it is the crown jewel of the neighborhood, where the possibilities of space and imagination have been taken as far as possible and made into a haven of high-end living tucked among the Gothic architectural details of the building.
The residence includes five bedrooms, three of which have private bathrooms and access to the 800-foot terrace. The master bedroom includes a massive master bathroom outfitted with Calacatta Caldia marble with a Nero Marquina accent, heated floors, cabinets designed by the Molteni group, and Dornbracht fixtures. The master bedroom suite also includes a walk-in closet and direct access to a morning kitchen, complete with light-streaming skylights. This wing of the residence also features two other bedrooms, a library with a bar, and terrace access. The great room is a 1,500-square-foot space with high ceilings, skylights, and view-framing windows accented by the restored original terra-cotta designs on the facade. With oak herringbone floors and expansive views of the city, this is more than a place to relax and entertain: it is a space in which to expand the imagination.
Flowing into the great room is the kitchen, which features Miele appliances along with the Molteni Group’s Dada cabinetry, Calacatta Caldia marble counters, and oak herringbone floors. The dining room sits on the other side of the kitchen, and, at 28 x 19 feet, it is the perfect place to host dinner parties that gather friends and family with a sumptuousness that no one will forget.
The rest of the apartment features two more bedrooms and another full bath, with four baths and two powder rooms in all. On top of all of this, the 1,880-square-foot rooftop terrace takes the entire concept of apartment living into new territory: a backyard in the sky with gardens, lounge spaces, and alfresco dining areas, all with views of the skyline.
To complete the package of the urban pinnacle of total luxury, residents also have access to the building's impeccable amenities. The indoor pool is surrounded by Bisazza Mosaico and includes a sauna, hot tub, and changing rooms. The Gilbert Lounge provides a billiards table and a place to relax and socialize, and the wine tasting room is outfitted for exploring the contents of bottles you can store in your private wine locker.
This Woolworth Tower Residences Penthouse combines the genius of urban designers past and present to create a redefinition of what it means to live in New York City at the apex of taste and style. Contact the team at The Woolworth Tower Residences to claim your place in this shining world.