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Exclusive New York City Penthouse Blends Tribeca Style With Modern Living

The distinct and dashing style of apartments in the Tribeca neighborhood is as famous and easily distinguishable as their counterparts that embrace the SoHo style. Taking roots from the industrial heritage of the region and its artistic backdrop, this Tribeca Penthouse by Turett Collaborative Architecture combines classic design with contemporary decor and lifestyle choices to create a truly exceptional living space. Preserving an 1870s-era structure and enhancing it with a breezy makeover, the penthouse offers luxury that is draped in heritage and timeless appeal.

Nelson coconut lounge chair in the Tribeca penthouse in NYC

A team led by architect Wayne Turett created a penthouse that epitomizes the typical aura and cheerful ambiance of New York City apartments. The interiors are kept largely neutral with white dominating every level of the penthouse. Oversized windows, large glass doors, three expansive terraces and smartly placed skylights that usher in ample ventilation ensure that the line between the indoors and the world outside is blurred. Taking advantage of the lovely city skyline views outside, the focus is kept on creating a vibrant home that allows you to take in the many sights and sounds of the iconic city.

An open living area on the second floor with a living room, dining room and kitchen, along with a media room and an open-air courtyard, acts as the heart of the house. Tranquil and cozy bedrooms, spa-like home bathrooms and a relaxing sauna and steam room complete this fabulous Tribeca penthouse.

Living area with gorgeous entertainment unit

Track and pendant lighting in the living room

Simple and stylish dining area

LEM Piston bar stools at the kitchen counter

Spcaious bedroom in white with plenty of ventilation

Elegant and comfy bedroom of the NYC Penthouse

Cozy bedroom with a simple color scheme

Bedroom of the Tribeca Penthouse with distinct decor

A unique site at the edge of the TriBeCa West Historic District needed the right TriBeCa architect to blend century-old beauty with modern living. The 1870s-era structure was singled out for preservation, but the unique corner location offered a significant development opportunity.

Exclusive interiors of the Tribeca Penthouse

Luxurious bath with ample natural ventilation

Modern bathroomw ith glass shower enclosure

Using mirrors to create a beautiful interior

Wooden island with a white countertop

Relaxing home sauna idea

Sherry Nothingam
Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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