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$51M Tribeca Penthouse Vies For Downtown's Priciest Sale

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A penthouse at warehouse conversion 443 Greenwich Street that will reportedly list for $51 million may break the city's record for most expensive listing sold south of Canal Street, NYDN reports. Although the pad's distinction may be short-lived with news of a pricier $53 million condo in the same building and the Woolworth Building's mind-boggling $110 million multi-level penthouse on the horizon, as well as the menace of the lingering current most costly listing in the city—a $119 million three-apartment combo unit at the Financial District's Ritz-Carlton—the fact remains that the apartment will be one of the most expensive introduced to the downtown market to-date. The current record holder is the $30.55 million penthouse at 145 Hudson Street's Sky Lofts building that traded in 2009.

The 8,600-square-foot penthouse in the 53 apartment CetraRuddy-led conversion will have five bedrooms, an additional 3,600-square-feet of outdoor space with a private wading pool, an entertainment room, 20-foot ceilings, three gas fireplaces, and two parking spaces.
· New listing at glitzy Tribeca condo could break downtown record [NYDN]
· All 443 Greenwich Street coverage [Curbed]

443 Greenwich St

443 Greenwich Street, Manhattan, NY 10013