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Downtown Manhattan
2 Park Place, Pinnacle Penthouse
New York, New York, 10007
United States

Downtown Manhattan
2 Park Place, Pinnacle Penthouse
New York, New York, 10007 United States

  • Stan Ponte
  • Joshua Judge
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Proposed Thierry W Despont Great Room
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Proposed Thierry W Despont Dining Room

The Pinnacle Penthouse

The Pinnacle Penthouse, developed by Alchemy Properties, is New York’s preeminent residential offering. Reaching 727 feet high, this five-story home encompasses 9,680 square feet of interior space and a private 408 square foot observatory terrace. Exquisite highlights include 125 windows, 24 foot ceilings and an in-residence private elevator. Customize this coveted home with magnificent floor plan designs from Thierry W Despont and David Hotson.

Thierry W Despont is the world’s foremost designer of extraordinary restorations, opulent private estates, and legendary hotels. Most famous for his work on the restoration of the Statue of Liberty, The Ritz Hotel Paris, and 220 Central Park South, Mr. Despont was inspired by the opportunity to be involved with the restoration of another monumental New York landmark, The Woolworth Tower Residences. His vision for the Pinnacle embodies grand areas for entertaining along with ornate touches that make this penthouse unlike any other prized property in the world.

There is an alternate design, which includes the acquisition of an additional floor, provided by David Hotson who is well known for his expertise in voluminous, residential spaces. His remarkable work at The Skyhouse Penthouse, at 150 Nassau Street, was awarded “Best Apartment of the Decade” by Interior Design Magazine in 2015. Skyhouse has been featured in over 500 design websites and is continually heralded for its use of vertical sight lines and interior volume.
The acquisition and completion of what has been called, “One of the last great unclaimed spaces in New York City” is now available to be claimed and celebrated.

A blank canvas of architectural history to be transformed into a masterpiece!

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 and Resident-Only Lobby. Originally commissioned by retail magnate F.W. Woolworth, architect Cass Gilbert’s magnificent 792-foot-tall neo-gothic masterpiece, and formerly tallest building in the world, continues to capture the imagination and grace the world’s most famous skyline. The 32 individually crafted condominium residences developed by Alchemy Properties start on the 29th floor and are designed by world-renowned French architect, Thierry W Despont with design quality, craftsmanship and attention to detail befitting this beloved national landmark.

The complete terms are in an Offering Plan available from the Sponsor. File No. CD14-0062. Sponsor reserves the right to make changes in accordance with the Offering Plan.
 
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Proposed Thierry W Despont Library

Amenities & Features

  • Listing Details
    • Property ID
      4WT3WV
    • MLS#
      3307095
    • Property type
      Condominiums
    • Marketed By
      Sotheby's International Realty - East Side Manhattan Brokerage
    • Status
      Available
    • Listing Price
      $79,000,000
    • County
      New York County
    • School District
      New York City Department Of Education
  • Utilities & Building
    • Year Built
      1910
    • Financial
      cc: $16,866
      Monthly Taxes: $14,357
    • Style
      Loft
    • Parking
      1 Car Garage
    • cooling
      Central Air Conditioning
  • Interior
    • Amenities
      Balcony, Deck, Doorman, Fitness Center, Library, Pool, Terrace / Outdoor Space, Washer Included, Dryer Included, 1 Fireplace, Concierge Services
  • Additional Features
    • Features
      Water View

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