The prolonged condo conversion of Tribeca's former book bindery at 443 Greenwich Street has been the victim of much conjecture and speculation, which all started to be laid to rest with the release of the building's first interior renderings. However, they gave but scant views of the property's 45 lofts and eight penthouses. A tipster unloaded new renderings that provide first glimpses inside some of the building's eight, rather muted penthouses,
the most pricey of which will ask about $45 million when it comes to market.
UPDATE: Our tipster noted that the penthouse was priced as $45 million "as of a month or two ago" but representatives for the project have reached out to clarify that that figure is no longer correct. No pricing information has been revealed for the building. Curbed regrets the error.
Although there is a teaser site, little is known about the Metro Loft-developed building beyond its copious amenities, which will include a 71-foot-long indoor swimming pool, a landscaped roof terrace, and a fitness center with men's and women's locker rooms with saunas, to name a few. Know more about 443 Greenwich Street? Do tell.
· 443 Greenwich Street [official]
· A First Look Inside Tribeca's Book Bindery Turned Condos [Curbed]
· All 443 Greenwich Street coverage [Curbed]