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Leonard Steinberg to Market $25 Million Steven Harris Designed Tribeca Penthouse

7 Harrison Street,   New York,   NY

Leonard Steinberg of Urban Compass has the exclusive listing for a Tribeca penthouse in Manhattan designed by renowned architect Steven Harris with an asking price of $25 million.

Located at 7 Harrison Street at the corner of Staple Street, the penthouse has 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and a total of 4, 200 square feet. It is a duplex which offers open Eastern, Southern and Northern exposures with beautiful views of the downtown skyline.

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The newly constructed upper level, consisting of a suite of entertaining rooms, is a glass pavilion which, according to the listing, evokes the aesthetic of midcentury master architects Richard Neutra and Philip Johnson. Enclosed on three sides by glass walls with individual panes measuring up to 20 feet wide, the Penthouse is surrounded by an expansive landscaped terrace measuring over 2, 300 square feet. Designed by Rees Roberts + Partners, the terrace features 12 mature trees (15-20 feet tall) growing from a limestone floor, a large reflecting pool and an outdoor entertaining kitchen.

The upper level is accessed directly from the elevator via a walnut-paneled entry foyer. The expansive entertaining rooms, including the north living room with gas fireplace, the formal dining room and the south living room all overlook the landscaped terrace through the full-height glass walls.

A sky-lit stair hall and oversized south-facing kitchen featuring an adjacent stainless steel scullery/butler’s pantry complete this level. The stairway leads to the bedroom level below. The Master Suite with Southern views to the World Financial Center features grandly scaled walk in closets and a windowed bathroom.

From the listing: “Designed with the impeccable attention to detail that is a Harris trademark, this special residence’s interiors are imbued with the refined contemporary aesthetic that has made homes designed by Steven Harris so sought after by the world’s cognoscenti, and are destined to set a new standard for downtown’s most coveted neighborhood on Tribeca’s most prized block.”

Seven Harrison features just twelve three-and four-bedroom residences over eight floors. Steven Harris recently redesigned the entire building which dates back to the turn of the 20th Century.

It is a full-service building, offering a 24/7-attended lobby, a full-time porter and an on-site superintendent. Building amenities also include a spacious and well-outfitted fitness center, bicycle storage, stroller parking in the lobby and a package room with refrigerator. In addition, every unit possesses a laundry room with an LG large-capacity washer and vented dryer within the residences.



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