The American Thread Building?a warehouse and factory later converted to residential lofts?is one of those Tribeca classics where everything that comes on the market is of interest to us. But some listings are more interesting than others, and penthouse 11A is one of those. Let's get the basics out of the way: the 2BR, 2.5BA space is asking $10.5 million, plus common charges of $4,341 and monthly taxes of $2,923, according to StreetEasy. But the real headliner is the rotunda, with a 28-foot diameter, 25-foot ceilings, and a stained glass skylight.
The apartment?which last sold in 2006 for $7.35 million and before that, in 1999, for $4.35 million?was designed by Thomas O'Brien of Aero Studios. Here's a bit of brokerbabble about the rest of the apartment, though we've really only got eyes for that rotunda:
Penthouse 11A enjoys soaring 12' ceilings and offers two bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms by Waterworks. The expansive master suite features two private dressing rooms and a wood burning fireplace. The kitchen has been outfitted with all top of the line appliances including Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer, a Viking Range, and a dual temperature wine-fridge. Full height folding panels allow you to enjoy an open living room and kitchen plan, or separate the spaces. The enormous living room enjoys a wood burning fireplace and breathtaking Southern and Eastern views of TriBeCa. And here's the floorplan:
· Listing: American Thread Building [Elliman]
· American Thread Building coverage [Curbed]