It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything from the Sterling Mason, once the hottest Tribeca development du jour. After debuting in 2013, its apartments have slowly but surely made their way off the market (though there’ve been some holdouts), and a few resales have even popped up.
One of those, a four-bedroom apartment on the building’s fourth floor, hit the market this week; once asking $8.5 million, it’s returned with a slightly higher price point of $8.95 million. And it’s definitely in flip territory: The current owner—hidden by an LLC, of course—only closed on the place in September of 2016.
Thanks to some expert staging, the 3,243-square-foot condo has a homey, yet super-stylish feel, with huge windows letting plenty of light into the large great room (which, yes, comes with a fireplace). The apartment’s other chic features include custom millwork and cabinetry in the kitchen (and all the high-end appliances you’d expect); a huge master suite with a plush en-suite bathroom and plenty of closet space; a smart-home system; and more.
It also comes with access to the building’s myriad perks, including a library, a kid’s playroom, and a parking space.