Skyloft Penthouse in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood has become the most expensive condominium ever sold in downtown Manhattan.
Conceived by James Carpenter Design Associates, the modern duplex loft with distinctive glass constructions sits on top of a building dating from the 1920s and offers panoramic views of the city from the 14th floor.
The interior of the 145 Hudson Street loft is the work of Roger Marvel Architects and is meant to bring together the inside and outside spaces, for instance through the presence of glass doors leading onto terraces.
The apartment offers about 700 square meters of individual living space – four bedrooms and bathrooms, a 420 sq m terrace from which you can see the Hudson river on one side and the World Financial Center on the other.
Ceilings measure 5.4 m in height.