It’s showtime at Tribeca Summit

TRD New York /
Sep.September 10, 2009 12:04 PM

Ever wish you could live the lifestyle of your favorite television characters? If you’re a fan of Showtime you can — for a few hours. Metropolitan Home and Showtime Networks teamed up to create a multi-media show house (see images taken by The Real Deal’s Derek Zahedi above), transforming two penthouses at the Tribeca Summit condominiums at 415 Greenwich Street between Laight and Hubert streets into living homages to some of the premium cable channel’s most popular shows: “Californication,” “Dexter,” “Nurse Jackie,” “The Tudors,” “United State of Tara” and “Weeds.” The showcase aims to create buzz for the building, the shows and the nearly 20 designers who transformed the 14,000 square feet. The 10-story building has 66 units, with nine active listings, is being marketed by Prudential Douglas Elliman, and tours of the Showtime-themed penthouse run from Sept. 12 until Oct. 18. The Real Deal was on hand yesterday for a sneak peak at the rooms. TRD

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