Condos at The Woolworth Tower Residences are proving to be extremely desirable — and the building’s sprawling Pavilion B property has already been sold. There are, however, a handful of remaining opportunities to own a piece of this uniquely historic TriBeCa landmark.
What Has Recently Sold?
Occupying 4,623 square feet of the 29th floor, it's little wonder that the Woolworth Building's Pavilion B has been purchased. As well as indulging in the tower's amenities — including a 50-foot lap pool, wine tasting room, and billiards lounge — the condo’s new owner will enjoy two private terraces, boasting dazzling views across New York City.
Elsewhere in the Woolworth Building, 24 of 32 luxuriously appointed homes have now been purchased, with a further two in contract.
What's Still for Sale?
There is still scope to own a residence in this exquisite Manhattan condominium tower. The 50th floor Pinnacle Penthouse is one of the most covetable properties in TriBeCa. This haven in the heavens features 360 degree vistas from no less than 125 windows — spaced over five magnificent floors.
Pavilion A is on the market, too, affording one lucky buyer five high-ceilinged bedrooms, a private library, and a sweeping rooftop terrace that's the last word in summer soirées.
A handful of The Woolworth's two- and three-bedroom condos are also available — each boasting historic features melded with contemporary touches: Think Gothic-style windows, oak herringbone flooring, integrated Miele appliances, and heated bathroom floors.
Contact The Woolworth Tower Residences sales team for more information on any of the remaining condos and penthouses.