Smyth Tribeca85 West Broadway, New York, NY, 10007
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Imagine having all of the amenities that one would expect from an upscale hotel available in a luxury Manhattan apartment. Smyth Upstairs, located at 85 West Broadway, provides exactly that opportunity. Fifteen luxurious condominium units were built on top of the Smyth Hotel in Tribeca to make up Smyth Upstairs. The serenity of private residences combined with the vibrancy of hotel living makes living at Smyth Upstairs feel like everyday is a vacation.
The spacious condominiums for sale at Smyth Upstairs meet the high standards of Tribeca luxury. Oversized windows provide Smyth Upstairs residents with Manhattan city views. Ten-foot ceilings give the condominiums an open floor plan and a loft-like feel. Interiors at Smyth Upstairs includes Valcucine kitchens that have ebony-etched glass cabinets. Bathrooms have a spa-like feel with sandblasted stone details and large Duravit soaking tubs.
Residents at Smyth Upstairs get to take advantage of all of the amenities of the hotel building below them. A full-time doorman welcomes residents into an elegant lobby that is home to the building's 24-hour concierge service. 24 hour room service, maid and laundry services are available to to all Smyth Upstairs residents. A top-of-the-line fitness center is available to both residents and hotel guests. But there are definite resident-only perks, most notably a fantastic rooftop deck that offers views of the New York City skyline. Living at the Smyth Upstairs at 85 West Broadway provides a living opportunity unlike any other; with the privacy of a condo and the amenities of a luxury hotel, Smyth Upstairs residents can feel like they are on vacation every day of the year.
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- Maid Service
- Billiards Room
- Valet Service
- Storage Room
- Fitness Center
- Rooftop Deck
- Laundry Service
Tribeca is by far one of the most desirable places to live in Manhattan. Like Soho, Tribeca was formerly an industrial center before being rezoned for residential use. Wealthy New Yorkers became increasingly drawn to the area for its edgier atmosphere and the neighborhood continues to draw influential people today—which can be seen in the perpetual rise of breathtaking buildings—making it the most expensive neighborhood in New York City.
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