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A Manhattan trophy home with views for miles


    The duplex penthouse features a loggia terrace that wraps around the perimeter of the residence. (Compass)


    Floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room offer southern and western exposures. (Compass)


    Mahogany walls in the dining room match the staircase in the entryway. The dining room can accommodate about 20 people. (Compass)


    Interior designer Richard Mishaan outfitted the home. “He played a lot with color,” said Shtainer. The eat-in kitchen features lime green cabinetry and high-end appliances. (Compass)


    The home has seven bedrooms. The corner master suite, shown here, includes two walk-in closets. (Compass)

Location: New York
Price: $25 million

This duplex penthouse is the largest residence at 101 Warren Street, a 35-story tower in Manhattan’s TriBeCa neighborhood.

“As soon as you enter you have 180-degree views of downtown,” said listing agent Victoria Shtainer of Compass. The 6,300-square-foot condominium includes views of One World Trade Center, the Hudson River and the Manhattan skyline. A 2,450-square-foot loggia wraps around the perimeter of the apartment.

The entryway features a mahogany staircase. It leads to a 65-foot-long great room, which includes living and dining areas, as well as a separate office, all with city views. A family room off the kitchen features an outdoor lounge.

The home’s seven bedrooms are located on the second level. The corner master bedroom suite has eastern and southern exposures, as well as two walk-in closets and a bathroom with mosaic tiling.

The apartment belongs to family friends of Shtainer. The couple has chosen to downsize because three of their children have left for college. “They no longer need seven bedrooms,” said Shtainer.

Agent: Victoria Shtainer, Compass

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