Curbed's favorite over-the-top Tribeca megamansion—famously dubbed “our suburb” by the folks who created it—has gotten a price chop in the hopes of finally finding a buyer.
The two-house combo at 2 North Moore Street has a long history on the market. It was assembled back in 2005 and hit the market before its original owners even lived there. The site was then purchased by private equity big-shot Mark Zittman and his wife Noelle back in July 2010 for $24 million.
The couple listed the Frankenhome for an eye-popping $48 million back in 2014. It went down to $38 million this summer, and now, according to the New York Post, it's been discounted even further, down to $34.5 million.
As you might expect, it's positively massive, rising 65 feet and holding six stories. There's a 47-foot-long indoor swimming pool, 1,500 square feet of private outdoor space, an art studio, gym, three fireplaces (one of which is outside), a high-speed Kone traction elevator, and a three-car garage. There are six bedrooms and seven full bathrooms throughout.
The home actually got rented this year for $97,500 a month. The Post reports that there's a tenant still there, a single finance guy enjoying the entire spread all by himself (must be nice). The listing brokers tasked to finally sell it off are Adam Modlin, of The Modlin Group, and brothers Tal and Oren Alexander, of Douglas Elliman.
Here are all five floorplans one more time:
- Listing: 2 North Moore Street [Elliman]
- NYC mansion so big it was called a ‘suburb’ slashes price [NY Post]
- All 2 North Moore Street coverage [Curbed]