Available for Immediate Occupancy and one of only four terraced apartments at The Woolworth Tower Residences, Apartment 31A offers 5,991 interior square feet and 632 exterior square feet with 4 bedrooms, 4 full baths and a powder room. Spanning the entire 31st floor with North, East, South and West exposures this beautiful home takes in extraordinary light as well as breathtaking views of The Woolworth Building itself from both its North and South Terraces.
The 32 condominium residences developed by Alchemy Properties start on the 29th floor and are designed by world-renowned French architect, Thierry W Despont with a craftsmanship and attention to detail befitting this beloved landmark.
Perched almost 400 feet above street level and encompassing a full floor, Apartment 31A is designed for a lifestyle rich in scale, privacy and luxury. This magnificent home is outfitted with private key-locked elevator entry, solid oak herringbone floors, over 10ft ceilings and a triple exposure 73-foot great room offering an abundance of flexible entertaining areas and ample wall space for even the most prestigious art collection.
The sun flooded eat-in kitchen features custom Dada cabinetry by the Molteni Group, Dornbracht fixtures, Calacatta Caldia marble counters and backsplashes, a suite of Miele appliances, and one of the two terraces. The oversized, corner master suite boasts city and river views to the North and West, two walk-in closets and a spacious bathroom outfitted with steam shower, free standing tub, double vanity, Calacatta Caldia marble heated floors and full slab walls all finished with Dornbracht Platinum fixtures and Nanz nickel hardware.
With never more than two homes per floor, life at The Woolworth Tower Residences offers a club-like intimacy while surrounded by world class restaurants, hotels and shopping. Offering white glove service and amenities that include the Gilbert Lounge, Woolworth Pool, Fitness Studio, Wine Cellar and Tasting Room, Bike Room, On-Site parking and resident-only Lobby. Originally commissioned by retail magnate F.W. Woolworth, architect Cass Gilberts 792-foot tall neo-Gothic masterpiece continues to capture the imagination and grace the world's most famous skyline.