The sweeping 8,000-square-foot Tribeca triplex with an original Keith Haring mural has made its way back to the market. The condo, located within the American Thread Building, has been on and off the market for the past two years. It sold for $10 million in January 2015, but was relisted a year and a half later, asking $14 million. That price was eventually lowered to $12 million. This time around, the luxe abode is looking to sell for $10 million.
Things haven’t really changed here: The dramatic arched windows, 26-foot-high ceilings, original cast iron columns, exposed brick, and wood-burning fireplaces are all still in place. The current floorplan shows that the apartment is configured as a two-bedroom with the options to add a third. The Haring mural has been appraised at $1 million and is located on the main level.
The main floor also gives way to a white-washed eat-in chef’s kitchen with a pantry, a dining room with access to the patio, and one of the apartment’s six (!) bathrooms. The upper level is where you’ll find the master suite, complete with a wet bar and a dressing room, and a library that overlooks the floor below. The lower level is home to an expansive game room, a climate-controlled wine cellar, a spa, and an in-home movie theater.
Common charges go for $5,765/month.
- Listing: 260 West Broadway, TH [Douglas Elliman]
- Tribeca triplex with original Keith Haring mural gets $2 million price chop [Curbed]