Deborah Berke, renowned architect and the current Dean of the School of Architecture at Yale, has created the most elegantly customized home on the market today – an authentic, inventive 5,362-square-foot full-floor loft in the heart of vibrant Lower Manhattan.
In an age of just-add-water new condo projects, comes to you this brilliantly customized property, offering four-exposure light, the very highest-end finishes and the potential for live/work flexibility.
Perched high on the 10th floor, the pin-drop quiet home boasts soaring 10’4”-high ceilings, original columns, plastered floating walls, stained white-oak rift sawn floors, central air, sound wiring and a Lutron HomeWorks system.
An elevator opens into the loft’s entry foyer, leading to the grandly proportioned living and dining spaces. Flooded with light from 6 oversized windows, the public spaces are perfectly designed for grand-scale entertaining. Just off the living room sits an intimate corner study, with Costello leather-wrapped doors, a custom walnut desk and a Basaltino gas fireplace.
The eat-in kitchen is outfitted with custom lighting, zebrawood cabinetry, and Corian countertops. Appliances include an 8-burner Viking stove, 2 Gaggenau ovens, 2 dishwashers and Troulsen refrigeration.
5 gracious bedrooms, all with dedicated baths, can be found off a 6’-wide gallery that runs the length of the home. At the far end of the corridor sits the private master suite, with lighting by Stella McKay and Costello leather-wrapped cabinetry lining the walls. The suite offers 2 marble baths, one with a freestanding Waterworks soaking tub, and the other with a full wet room with steam shower and tub. Both are outfitted with Vola fixtures, and heated floors and towel bars.
114 Liberty St is an 11-floor pre-war condominium, only blocks from the World Trade Center, Brookfield Place, the Oculus, and Hudson River Park, and easy accessibility to multiple Subway lines and major thoroughfares.