The Woolworth Tower Apartments October 21 2014
A deal was struck two years ago to turn the neo-Gothic tower of the Woolworth Building into luxury condominiums, creating an unusual opportunity for wealthy apartment-hunters to own a piece of one of New York’s most recognizable landmarks.
Thirty-four residences, spanning half and full floors, will begin on the 29th floor and range from a 1,290-square-foot one-bedroom for $3.875 million to the 9,403-square-foot seven-level penthouse in the pinnacle. Called “the Castle in the Sky,” the penthouse will have a two-story living room with a fireplace, an elevator and an outdoor observatory; the price is $110 million.
The official website published few pictures of the newly renovated space.
The kitchen will be done up in maple, keeping with the classic feel, but there will also be extremely high-tech touches like speed and convection ovens.
Woolworth residents will be treated to a pool in the basement.
View from the balcony
All bathrooms poses windows, and are clad in Crema Marfil marble with Emperador Dark marble accent trim. They have heated floors, steam showers, maple cabinetry, and platinum finish fittings by Dornbracht.