Living Art: 100 Barclay St. The Penthouse
This iconic building, designed by famed architect, Ralph Walker, was originally built for the American Telephone Company.
There are few apartments, even within the aesthete metropolis of New York, that can compete with the stylish dignity and panache presented at The Penthouse at One Hundred Barclay. Perched atop this historic Art Deco skyscraper, The Penthouse offers a grand residence of unmatched proportions and architectural drama. This cavernous home, with ceilings rising 21 feet, totals more than 14,000 SF across two levels. But the piece-de-resistance are the jaw-dropping floor-to-ceiling arched windows offering priceless views of the Statue of Liberty, Hudson River and the Manhattan skyline.
This iconic building, designed by famed architect, Ralph Walker, was originally built for the American Telephone Company. Completed in 1927, the 32-story tower was the first of its kind to be built in the Art Deco style. And it has stood the test of time retaining the style and grandeur intended by its master architect.
Walking into this top floor space, one enters one of the largest private rooms in New York City. The Penthouse living room encompasses more than 3000 SF, measuring 95’3 x 31’10, and adjoins an expansive chef’s kitchen offering unlimited possibilities for grand evenings of entertainment.
One Hundred Barclay, not surprisingly, offers an extensive amenity package over some 40,000 SF. Daily diversions include a fitness center with sauna and steam room, two swimming pools, music practice rooms, media lounge, wine storage and tasting room, children’s playroom.
The Penthouse is a pristine canvas, awaiting an artist’s measured hand.
Size: 10.5 Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, 8.5 Baths [Approx 14,539 SF]
Address: 100 Barclay St. The Penthouse
Agent: Shaun Osher, CORE