Built in 1913 and celebrated as the tallest building in the world at the time of completion, The Woolworth Building majestically rises above City Hall Park at the gateway to Tribeca. This National Historic Landmark has inspired countless painters, photographers, movie makers, dreamers, and everyday New Yorkers. Today under the architectural and aesthetic direction of Thierry W Despont, the top thirty floors of this celebrated structure are being reimagined into thirty-three prized luxury condominium residences, crowned by a extraordinary five-story Pinnacle Penthouse, which represents a new paradigm for penthouses in New York City.
The perfect proportions of Cass Gilbert’s tower provide an ideal canvas for Thierry W Despont’s timeless yet contemporary design aesthetic. The generously proportioned living rooms are designed for entertaining with elevated ceiling heights, solid oak herringbone flooring, and oversized windows framed by terra cotta façade detailing, offering cinematic views of the surrounding cityscape and waterways.
Custom kitchens with Dada cabinetry crafted by the Molteni Group offer Calacatta Caldia marble countertops and back-splashes, solid oak herringbone floors, and a suite of integrated Miele appliances.
Many of the kitchens gracefully flow into dining and entertaining spaces.
The windowed retreats are sheathed in Calacatta Prima marble with a Nero Marquina accent trim. The sophisticated detailing includes radiant heated floors, Custom Dada cabinetry crafted by the Molteni Group, Dornbracht platinum-finish fittings, steam showers, and free standing tubs in select residences.
The thirty-first floor full-floor residence dramatically features two private terraces framed by the terra cotta and copper façade details of The Woolworth Tower, and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding cityscape.