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$51M Tribeca PH could break Downtown record — for now

Five-bedroom home at 443 Greenwich would be the priciest pad ever sold below Canal Street

November 13, 2014 02:45PM

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Renderings of 443 Greenwich Street in Lower Manhattan

A triplex condominium unit at Metro Loft Developers’ 443 Greenwich Street in Lower Manhattan is hitting the market this week for $51 million, which, if met, would set a record for the priciest pad sold below Canal Street.

The five-bedroom penthouse spans 8,600 square feet and has an extra 3,600 square feet of outdoor space. The home boasts three gas fireplaces, two parking spots and 20-foot ceilings. Richard Cantor of Cantor-Pecorella is marketing the unit.

The current record holder for the neighborhood is a penthouse at 145 Hudson Street that closed for $30.6 million in 2009. Alchemy Properties, meanwhile, has a penthouse asking $110 million at the Woolworth Building in the Financial District, as The Real Deal reported.

Sales launched at 443 Greenwich in September, as previously reported. [NYDN]Mark Maurer

 

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