Extraordinary architecture. Extraordinary space. Extraordinary views.
PHA at 497 Greenwich is an architectural landmark that boasts exceptional light and volume, with multiple terraces that defy description. This mint-condition, top-floor penthouse is set high above a serene street in Hudson Square, where Greenwich Village, Soho and Tribeca meet.
The newly renovated 3,560’ duplex penthouse, with 1,646’ of landscaped private terraces, is a work of unparalleled sculptural architecture. The unique facade of double-height glass, through which one can view sunsets over the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty from multiple vantage points within the apartment, is a sight to behold. This spectacular backdrop provided the canvas for interior architect Sally Rigg to draw from the world’s best finishes and materials, appliances and fixtures, to stylishly outfit this home to a world-class standard. The double-height great room, replete with gas fireplace and home theatre, leads directly to a magnificent Hudson River-facing terrace. The custom Boffi kitchen is equipped with Miele, Sub Zero, and Gaggenau appliances: adjoining is an intimate, yet glamorous dining area. There is a guest bedroom suite with full bath on this floor, as well as a powder room. Upstairs, the seductive primary bedroom features a dramatic en suite bathroom with a free-standing tub, the sexiest shower in New York City, and two walk-in closets. An additional bedroom suite enjoys use of a private terrace. An elevated study with direct water views and an adjacent powder room can also serve as a fourth bedroom. There is also a full laundry and utility room on this floor.
The top floor hosts an incredible landscaped roof terrace just made for entertaining, with an outdoor kitchen/wet bar and shower, irrigated planters, sound system, and water views for miles.
With only 25 apartments, 497 Greenwich impresses with a fully attended lobby; a well-equipped gym with pool and sauna; a guest suite that can be rented by residents; both a screening room and a meeting room; and a zen garden.
Why settle for less, when you can have it all?
Courtesy of Leonard Steinberg