Tribeca's 443 Greenwich Street Aims to Attract High-End Buyers
A penthouse recently hit the market in Tribeca in one of the neighborhood's most coveted buildings: 443 Greenwich Street. The unit, PHH, is one of the priciest penthouses in the luxury residence and is asking an impressive $57 million. The anonymous seller aims to make a significant profit, as PHH originally sold for $44 million in 2017. This high price tag isn't surprising, as a Tribeca zip code was recently named one of the most expensive in the U.S.
This downtown building is known for being popular with celebrities including Jake Gyllenhaal, Meg Ryan, and Justin Timberlake. When the penthouse entered the market in 2017, the initial asking price was $54 million. Now, the current seller may be able to get a deal worth over $10 million more than what PHH sold for. Although the seller’s name is a mystery, there are speculations that it could be Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, according to The Real Deal. The largest penthouse in the building, PHH is a triplex spanning a whopping 8,900 square feet, and consists of five bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms.
This is not the only impressive apartment currently on the market in this famous building. Elegran agent Peter Oliveri is currently representing apartment 4B at 443 Greenwich, which is a gorgeous 3-bed, 3-bath loft with soaring high ceilings, a Christopher Peacock-designed kitchen with custom wood cabinetry and top of the line appliances from Miele, Wolf, Sub-Zero, and a spacious, carefully designed layout that separates the living area from the bedroom wing for maximum privacy. It also boasts features that are standard in many apartments in this luxury Tribeca residence including radiant heat flooring in the spa-like master bathroom and an entrance that is accessed through a private, keyed elevator.
443 Greenwich Street, apartment 4B
443 Greenwich Street offers a wide variety of luxury amenities including a 75-foot lap pool, his and hers locker rooms with Hamman, a Wright Fit gym, Turkish steam bath, a 5,000 square foot roof deck complete with a wet bar, showers for sunbathers, and an active area for children, vast landscaped courtyard, and a 24-hour doorman and concierge service.
PHH is not the only penthouse at 443 Greenwich that has sold for over $40 million. In June of 2018, Walmart’s head of e-commerce Marc Lore closed a $43.79 million deal at Penthouse A, buying it at a significant discount from its original asking price of $58 million. The five-bedroom penthouse is complete with a private elevator entrance, private pool, and a living room stretching 41 feet long.
For more information about homes available at 443 Greenwich Street, contact an Elegran agent today.