2 River Terrace, 25AB
Be transported to a luxurious world high above lower Manhattan in the amenity-rich and highly desired Riverhouse, in one of the last and most coveted waterfront locations in the north cove of Battery Park City - west of TriBeCa. This magnificent 5 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom apartment perched on the 25th floor is awaiting to indulge you with enviable Hudson River and city views from 3 open, sunny exposures. Walls of windows stretch across the huge awe-inspiring living/dining room that spans the entire width of the apartment (63 feet!) and can easily accommodate the grandest entertaining. Even from your exquisite windowed chef's kitchen which features Subzero, Thermador, Insinkerator and Miele appliances as well as a Walk-In Pantry and Streamline Corian Countertops with convertible Breakfast Bar, you'll feel as if you can reach out and touch the river while preparing your meals.The expansive master bedroom is its own haven with beautiful views, a tremendous walk-in closet and finely-appointed marble en-suite bath. Adjacent to the master is a sizeable home office or bedroom. On the opposite end of the home sit 3 additional bedrooms with large picture windows. High beamed ceilings, pristine hardwood floors, a full-size laundry room and plentiful closet space further enhance this generously-proportioned home. The striking 32-story U-shaped Riverhouse designed by the famed Polshek Partnership (Rose Center at Museum of Natural History), Ismael Leyva (Time Warner Center) and David Rockwell (Nobu, W Hotels, and the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles) is an upscale green building (LEED Gold-rated) with a 24-hour doorman and concierge, live-in super, onsite parking garage, fitness center with a yoga studio, 50-foot lap pool, children's playroom, billiards room, media café, bicycle storage, private storage, cold storage, pet grooming room and 2nd-floor landscaped garden facing the newly-expanded Teardrop Park. Outside your door has much to offer with the Hudson River Esplanade, Rockefeller Park, shops, restaurants and cultural attractions right nearby.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman