Metro Loft Developers’ 443 Greenwich Street condominiums, the site of a long-stalled condominium-hotel conversion project before the developer purchased the property in 2012, are now officially on the market.
Cantor-Pecorella is the exclusive marketing agent for the Tribeca properties. On Monday, a total of 13 units were listed ranging from $7 million to $20.5 million, including two penthouses, four four-bedroom-, five three-bedroom- and five two-bedroom apartments. Roughly a third — or 17 apartments — of the building’s 53 units has already been sold, according to a release from the developer. CetraRuddy is responsible for the building’s design.
The building will include eight penthouses, three of which are currently in contract for prices that range from $20.5 million to $27.5 million. The other apartments that are currently in contract range from $3.5 million — for the only one-bedroom unit in the building — to $13.75 million for a sprawling three-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom unit. The property will also reportedly be topped with a $53 million penthouse.
The building features a 4,000-square-foot garden, a roof deck, an indoor lap pool and nine separate elevators that open up into the private residences. Occupancy in the building is expected in the spring of 2016.
Metro Loft partnered with a Russian billionaire to buy 443 Greenwich Street for $150 million in 2012, when the site was home to a long-stalled hotel conversion project. — Claire Moses