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See the $45M Private Pool Atop Soho's Tallest Building-To-Be

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Private pools are becoming a thing among the city's ritziest new penthouses, and Soho's tallest residential tower-to-be doesn't want to be left out of the action. 10 Sullivan, the Cary Tamarkin-designed 16-story tower rising between Spring and Broome, just unveiled the first renderings of its penthouse, which will span four full levels of the triangular building, with 8,359 square feet of interior space, six bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, a great room with 23-foot-high ceilings, two wraparound terraces, and a private elevator. Then there's the skylight-topped indoor pool with a waterfall, adjacent "spa" area, and wet bar-equipped solarium, topped off by a roof deck. 10 Sullivan apartments currently on the market range from $6.5M to 25M; meanwhile, this blockbuster will hit the market early next week with an asking price of $45 million.

· 10 Sullivan [official]
· Triangular Soho Building Has $45 Million Penthouse With Pool [Curbed]
· 10 Sullivan Woos Potential Buyers with Simulated Views [Curbed]
· $25 Million Duplex, Five Other Units Listed in 10 Sullivan [Curbed]
· All 10 Sullivan coverage [Curbed]

10 Sullivan Street

10 Sullivan Street, New York, NY 10012