Move over Walker Tower, there may be a new priciest apartment downtown. As first reported by the Olshan Report (h/t TRD), one of the penthouses at converted book bindery 443 Greenwich Street has gone into contract for $54 million. If the penthouse closes at that price, it will become the priciest apartment in Downtown Manhattan. The current record-holder is a $50.9 million spread at the converted Verizon tower designed by Art Deco genius Ralph Walker, which was first listed for $55 million and went into contract in October 2013.
The 443 Greenwich Street penthouse is 8,908 square feet, which pegs its price per square foot at $6,061. The penthouse has five bathrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, and a 3,246-square-foot terrace that includes a plunge pool and kitchen. Per TRD, the unit also comes with two private parking spaces.
Whether or not the penthouse snagged the title of downtown's priciest won't come to light until the sale closes and hits public record. In the meantime, take a look at these renders—no floorplan, sorry!