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Tribeca penthouse with wraparound terrace, outdoor hot tub wants $20M

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The condo is one of three penthouses at the Sterling Mason and has the largest terrace in the building

Interior photos by Evan Joseph; Exterior photos by Nicholas Calcott; all photos courtesy of Compass

A 4,600-square-foot penthouse in Tribeca’s Sterling Mason condo at 71 Laight Street has just listed for $20 million. The seven-story building, once one of the neighborhood’s hottest properties, was designed by Morris Adjmi Architects. This penthouse is one of three in the building.

Aside from its lush and spacious interiors, the unit has plenty of outdoor access: It has the largest terrace in the building, which was designed by Harrison Green and has an outdoor hot tub. It also comes with a garden that was designed by Deborah Nevins.

The one-floor condo has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a keyed elevator that leads into a gallery (with guitars lining the walls on either side). The master suite has direct access to the terrace, and comes with a custom-designed walk in closet. The “great room” has a gas fireplace and a disappearing 13-foot screen.

Just a few blocks from the Hudson River Park, the unit is close to the A, C, E, and 1 subway lines. Common charges will run $9,183 per month, with taxes an additional $6,358. The unit comes with parking and storage space.

Located on 71 Laight Street, the unit is listed by Clayton Orrigo, Stephen Ferrara, and Leonard Steinberg at Compass.

Sterling Mason

71 Laight Street, New York, NY