A downtown landmark, and boasting the most amenities in Tribeca, 100 Barclay Street is an enduring and deserving member of the National Register of Historic Places. Considered the first Art Deco skyscraper, the tower’s recently renovated top 22 floors have been converted into luxury condominiums. While the homes within gracefully accommodate 21st century living, the exterior and formal lobby retain the original flare of architect Ralph Walker‘s bold 1920’s Art Deco detail. Walker’s dynamic design is showcased most notably in the building’s extensively restored lobby- in the form of veined marble walls, intricate bronze work, and vibrant hand-painted ceiling murals that depict the evolution of human communication.
Luxurious living in this piece of history surpasses expectation- as the 18th floor club level boasts four landscaped terraces, which offer 365-degree views of cityscapes, skylines, and the Hudson River. Residents will also enjoy the club lounge with built-in bar & dining room, media lounge with private theater, billiard room, teen lounge, wine room with available on-site wine storage & sommelier services, soundproof music rooms, children’s playroom, and business center with conference room. Other amenities include: 24 hour doorman & concierge, fitness center with private yoga & pilates studio, an 82-foot two-lane lap pool, children’s wading pool, sauna & steam rooms, and spa treatment rooms.
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