Sculpture in the Sky – Tour the Woolworth Tower Residences

The Woolworth Building, a National Historic Landmark, has been reborn as the Woolworth Tower Residences. Designed by École des Beaux-Arts-trained architect, Cass Gilbert, and completed in 1913, this American skyscraper was once the world’s tallest building.

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Located in the heart of downtown Manhattan and universally recognized for its unique and exquisite architecture, the building is still revered for its striking neo-Gothic façade and ornate polychromatic terra-cotta detailing.

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Recently, the building’s top 30 floors were transformed into 33 condominium homes, including The Pinnacle, a magnificent multi-floor penthouse.

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The office of Thierry W Despont reimagined these residences with impeccable attention to detail simultaneously embracing the original architecture and adding modern day appeal.

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Generously proportioned with soaring ceilings and exceptional walls for art throughout, the residences are ideal for luxurious day-to-day living and entertaining.

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Flooded with natural light, each home boasts custom cabinetry designed by the Molteni Group, Dornbracht fixtures, Calacatta Caldia marble countertops and backsplashes, with superior integrated appliances from Miele. The thoughtfully designed kitchens incorporate both refined dining and entertainment spaces.

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Master suites include ample closets and spacious en-suite baths appointed with steam showers, soaking tubs, and heated Calacatta Caldia marble floors.

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The Woolworth Tower Residences feature oversized windows with quintessential New York views in all directions.

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2 Park Place, New York, NY 10007

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Artist’s renderings by Williams New York | Offering Plan available from the Sponsor. File No. CD14-0062