The "highest residence in all of Soho" has hit the market with a high asking price to boot. The four-story penthouse of Cary Tamarkin's triangle-shaped 10 Sullivan Street covers the building's 14th through 16th floors, as well as its rooftop, and has 8,359 square feet of interior space, six bedrooms, seven-and-a-half bathrooms, a private elevator, two wraparound balconies, a great room with 23-foot-high ceilings, a private rooftop, and not least, a private pool. And the pool is no crummy, compact lap pool; no, it's a full-on spa pool topped by a skylight and sided by a water feature wall. What else would do for a $45 million Soho penthouse?
The penthouse was expected to hit the market in late fall, but some kind of
snafu executive decision drove its listing back to this week. Also this week, one of the development's four $20 million townhouses arrived on the scene.
· Listing: 10 Sullivan Street PH [Corcoran via StreetEasy]
· See the $45 Million Private Pool Atop Soho's Tallest Building-To-Be [Curbed]
· All 10 Sullivan Street coverage [Curbed]