Final residence at Tribeca’s Sterling Mason hits the market

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The final residence at Tribeca’s Sterling Mason building has hit the market.

Listed for $20 million, Penthouse C is a 4,986-square-foot duplex penthouse, which includes a private, 1,000-square-foot wraparound terrace.

“This grand home offers quintessential city views, refined architectural details and finishes that represent sophisticated and modern living in a full-service, loft-style building,” said Daniel McInerney, vice president of Taconic Investment Partners – the owners of the building – in a press release.

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Penthouse C comes with four bedrooms, six bathrooms (including two powder rooms), a grand foyer and a fireplace. The master suite – the largest in the building – comes with a walk-in closet and a master bathroom with heated herringbone marble floors.

It also has a 40-foot-long, gallery-like living/dining room, custom walnut cabinetry and millwork, marble slab countertops and backsplash.

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Located at 71 Laight Street the building itself was designed by architect Morris Adjmi, whose design included the transformation of a 1905-built masonry loft warehouse and new construction “twin” into 32 luxury residences. Residents enjoy bespoke services including a lobby with a 24-hour concierge, a doorman, a library lounge with a built-in service bar and catering kitchen, a private fitness room with a yoga and exercise studio, and a parking space in the building’s garage.

Bruce Ehrmann, J. Roger Erickson and Christopher Morales of Douglas Elliman are handling the listing.

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