At 1,926 square feet, this exceptional 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath residence with 10'7" ceilings offers abundant natural light and spectacular North and East facing views to the Empire State Building and beyond. A formal entry foyer leads to a corner great room with a custom open kitchen, an ideal layout for seamless entertaining and intimate daily living alike.
Meticulously designed by AD100 designer David Mann, the custom Molteni kitchen offers cerused White Oak cabinetry trimmed in custom soft black metal, Calacatta Borghini marble island with book-matched waterfall, countertop, and backsplash, Dornbracht fixtures in a custom soft black matte finish, and top-of-the-line appliances by Wolf, Miele, and Sub-Zero including a 36-in. refrigerator and freezer, 36-in. 5-burner gas cooktop with built-in fully vented hood, integrated dishwasher, wall oven with warming drawer, speed oven, steam oven and wine refrigerator.
Secluded in the western wing of the residence, the luxurious primary bedroom suite offers a windowed primary bath with radiant heat floors, travertine stone slab feature walls, and custom white marble slab vanity with Dornbracht fittings and fixtures in a custom soft black matte finish, as well as a freestanding BluStone soaking tub positioned to enjoy open north-facing views through a full-height window. Two more bedrooms await, each with en-suite baths. A powder room and a utility closet with washer and vented dryer complete this magnificent residence. Automatic shading and closet systems included throughout.
Defining the best of luxury and lifestyle in Tribeca, 111 Murray Street is a world-class condominium tower offering over 20,000 square feet of private indoor and outdoor amenities, including a two lane 75-ft lap pool, 25-ft children's pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, and sprawling residential lounges enclosed by serene landscaped gardens. Surrounded by the best that downtown has to offer, 111 Murray Street is steps from recreation and relaxation at Hudson River Park, luxury shopping and fine dining at Brookfield Place, and arts and culture at the soon-to-be-opened Perelman Performing Arts Center.