A reimagined building inside the first ever Art Deco skyscraper in the world has a two-floor penthouse on the market for $39.95 million in Tribeca—currently the record holder for priciest neighborhood in New York City.
This building at 100 Barclay was built in 1927 by Ralph Walker and has been reimagined as the new home of 156 luxury condos, currently ranging in price from about $2.5 million to this penthouse, which had previously been listed for $59 million. This unit uses the entire top two floors—the 32nd and 33rd—to create the the 14,500 square feet of living space that is nearly built out but still has a few unfinished parts so the new owner can put their stamp on the place. There’s infrastructure for an internal elevator, for example, and several pre-installed junction boxes that can support lighting fixtures up to 550 pounds. Not all the available space has been configured into separate bedrooms, but a rep for the listing says there is enough room to add up to five of them. Link Source