Massive Tribeca mansion gets price chop to $44M

TRD New York /
Oct.October 19, 2015 12:45 PM

Financier Mark Zittman’s modernist Tribeca mansion is getting a price chop to $44.5 million, or $3,938 per square foot, and a new sales team.

The 11,300-square-foot townhouse at 2 North Moore is now being marketed by Douglas Elliman’s Tal and Oren Alexander, along with the Modlin Group’s Adam Modlin. Elliman’s Darren Sukenik previously shared the listing with Compass’ Leonard Steinberg and Hervé Senequier.

“It’s the most unique townhouse in New York City,” said Tal Alexander, noting its 65-foot width and “incredible exposures and sunlight.”

Rising six stories, the mansion sits on a triangular corner lot at the intersection of North Moore Street and West Broadway. In addition to the garage and 50-foot indoor pool, the house has a corner art studio, wood burning fireplaces and 1,500 square feet of landscaped terraces. It boasts seven bedrooms, a high-speed elevator and a three-car garage.

Zittman, who paid $24 million for the home in 2010, put the house on the market last fall, originally asking $48 million. It was dubbed “our suburb” by the couple that built it, Steven and Shelli Schnall, because of its expansive square footage and amenities.

Peek inside the property by checking out the video below.



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