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Tribeca's Sterling Mason Makes Debut With Prices Up to $20M

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Architect Morris Adjmi's newest Tribeca building, the Sterling Mason, has a bit of a split personality: the facade is half brick and half aluminum. The interiors appear to suffer no confusion about their identity or ideal buyers, however. Judging by the renderings and floorplans on the project's brand new official website, the building is all about limestone, fireplaces, and the usual family-oriented Tribeca amenities. It's officially on the market as of today, which means renderings, pricing details, and floorplans. Let's get the party started.

Seven of 33 units are listed as available so far. Least expensive: #3A, a 2BR, 2BA with a $3.9 million price tag. Most expensive: #PHC, a 4BR, 4BA with an ask of $20 million. (That penthouse has a "forty-foot-long gallery-like living/dining room with ample wall space," for all you art collectors who have another $20M to spend not on your art.)
Here's the full slate of prices:

Building amenities include a library, courtyard garden, playroom, fitness room, and underground parking.

Here's a collection of the currently-available floorplans:


· Official site: The Sterling Mason [thesterlingmason.com]
· The Sterling Mason coverage [Curbed]