Sterling Mason tops off: Taconic Investment Partners.
Taconic Investment Partners has topped off The Sterling Mason, its new luxury condominium project at 71 Laight Street in Northwest Tribeca.
Upon completion in fall 2014, the seven-story, Morris Adjmi-designed boutique development will has 33 apartment "robust amenities and impeccable service."
"We are proud to announce this important construction milestone at what is a truly exciting project for Taconic," said Charles Bendit, co-CEO of Taconic Investment Partners along with Paul Pariser.
The Sterling Mason involves renovating a landmarked, circa-1905 brick warehouse and integrating new construction--a mirror image of the original, but clad in a metallic facade.
With interiors by GACHOT, residences range from two- to six-bedrooms and from around 2,000 to more than 5,600 s/f, including three penthouses incorporated with the addition of a seventh story.
There will be a double-size courtyard viewing garden, which is being designed by landscape designer Deborah Nevins.
the property will have a fitness center, library club room, bicycle storage, and what will be the first residential children's playroom designed in consultation with the experts at 92Y Wonderplay[TM].
Private parking spaces and storage units are available for purchase, and a full staff will be onsite, including doorperson, porter, concierge and live-in resident manager.
Homes are priced from approximately $3.9 million to more than $23 million for the newly-listed Penthouse B. Penthouse A is in contract for $21 million, which equates to $4,656 per square foot, the highest in the building so far.
Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the property.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||Feb 19, 2014|
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