Three-hundred-and-sixty-degree panoramas capture river, city, sky, and landmark views through walls of expansive floor-to-ceiling windows. A living room designed for entertaining. Corner bedrooms as indulgent retreats. Heightened craftsmanship and materials from Thomas Juul-Hansen that ensure The Beekman Penthouse will be one of the most remarkable residences in the City.
Three exposures, sixteen-foot-tall ceilings and a centerpiece fireplace. Characteristics that solidify this great room as the premiere residential space in the New Downtown. Perched fifty stories above it all, the floor-to-ceiling glass walls offer up-close views of the City’s most iconic monuments including One World Trade Center, the Woolworth Building, the Statue of Liberty, and the confluence of the Hudson and East Rivers.
The exquisitely crafted kitchen is anchored by the generous preparation island crafted from Madreperola Quartzite Stone, which plays off of the custom cabinetry with textured metal panels. The floor-to-ceiling glass door opens to the thirty-eight-foot-long private sky terrace.
The highlight of the five-fixture bath, bookended by dual vanities, is the oversized freestanding soaking tub framed by two dramatic windows. Exemplary finishes include a combination of Gioia Venatino Marble and Gascogne Blue Limestone, Waterworks fittings and custom-designed vanities, lighting, and cabinetry.
Crowning the six hundred foot tall tower are the two Penthouse residences, nestled on the fiftieth and fifty-first floors. The birds-eye panoramas capture New York's most imposing landmarks in all four directions.