Final residence at Tribeca’s Sterling Mason hits the market


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.


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.


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.