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Condos at 111 Murray Street Finally Hit the Open Market

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Sales at 111 Murray Street, the 792-foot, Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed condo tower currently on the rise in Tribeca, have been going on behind closed doors since June—the building passed the 50 percent sold mark last month—but now, finally, there are public listings to be had. The listings give a few more peeks inside the building and showcase the floorplans. Before this, only three floorplans, shared by a tipster, had been revealed. The 157 condos range from one-bedrooms to five-bedrooms, and there will be two full-floor penthouses priced north of $17.5 million.

The new listings start at $2.05 million for a 791-square-foot corner one-bedroom on the 9th floor. There's also a 1,126-square-foot one-bedroom with a powder room that's listed for $2.8 million. Currently, two-bedrooms start at $4.3 million, three-bedrooms start at $6.3 million, and four-bedrooms start at $7.475 million. The most expensive unit listed is a half-floor four-bedroom on the 52nd floor that's asking $14.45 million.

All units have interiors by designer David Mann. They have white oak floors floors in a herringbone pattern throughout the foyers and main living spaces and four-inch plank flooring in the bedrooms and hallways. Kitchens features Molteni cabinets with grey-stained white oak cabinetry, and matte black finished fixtures designed in collaboration with Dornbracht. Master bathrooms are located on the perimeter walls to provide skyline views from the floating tubs.

David Rockwell is designing a 20,000-square-foot amenity space on two lower floors, and it will include a tearoom and patisserie, as well as a private dining room that looks out over a private garden with a 15-foot waterfall and reflecting pool. There will also be a Turkish bath with heated sculpted marble beds, and a fitness center with a 75-foot lap pool.

Ground broke in late July, so we are officially on construction watch, and it should be a fun one. The flare tower is, according to a previous press release, inspired by "the tailored lines found in contemporary fashion and the artful glass vases of Venice and Murano, Italy."

· 111 Murray [official]
· Floorplans from Tribeca's 800-Foot Condo Tower Revealed [Curbed]
· All 111 Murray Street coverage [Curbed]

111 Murray Street

111 Murray Street, Manhattan, NY 10007