Introducing the Penthouse at 10 Little West StreetWith its palatial proportions, panoramic views and perfect location in the heart of Battery Park City, The Penthouse at 10 West Street balances grandeur with intimacy in NYC's "city within a city". This five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath duplex condominium encompasses the 39th and 40th floors of the tower exceeding 7,500 square feet of interior space and approximately 1,350 square feet of private outdoor space. The floor plan features a dramatic entry gallery, expansive living areas, a home gym, an oversized home office and a master suite luxuriously equipped with a separate dressing room, a spacious master bath and separate his and hers walk-in closets. With terraces on the north and south sides of the residence, the Penthouse reaches rare heights with its majestic views and refined opulence.Wrapped in nearly 400 square feet of floor-to-ceiling windows, this spectacular home affords sweeping river-to-river views of New York's most iconic landmarks from the Statue of Liberty and One World Trade to the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings and enjoys an abundance of natural light that accentuates the Venetian stucco and silver leaf detailing, exquisite millwork and state-of-the-art appliances. In addition to a fitness center, the building's amenities include concierge, bellman and valet parking services. Set in the peaceful oasis of Battery Park City, by the banks of the Hudson River, the building is surrounded by more than 30 acres of manicured green space, including ball fields, playgrounds, dog runs and a riverside promenade. Also close to the new and private club "Casa Cipriani" located on the water in the iconic Maritime Beaux Arts building, area residents can enjoy private amenities and exclusive entertainment just minutes from home. The Penthouse at 10 West Street offers both easy access to the nearby Financial District, Tribeca and SoHo neighborhoods. Brookfield Place, the historic Pier A Harbor House, as well as high end retail and fine dining at sought after restaurants including Nobu, Crown Shy, and Andrew Carmellini's Carne Mare in the South Street Seaport.
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