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It has been a few months since I’ve posted a real estate jaw-dropper from the mecca of insane property values that is New York City. This time I shift focus from the artsy SoHo district, to the ultra-swank neighbourhood of TriBeCa; which Forbes listed as New York City’s most expensive area code in 2006. Check out this utterly insane $28 million 5-storey townhouse in the sky , built on the roof of an old industrial building. And yes, one entire floor is dedicated to the master bedroom suite . PROPERTY OVERVIEW – 60 WARREN STREET, TriBeCa, NEW YORK CITY 10013 - Listing price: $28 Million USD - 5-storeys, 10,911 square feet (1,014 square meters) - 7 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms, 3 Half Bathrooms - 3 large terraces - 1 Roof Garden - Full floor master suite - 1,000 bottle wine cellar - Rooftop gym - Private elevator to connect floors - Library - Media room/Home theatre - Jacuzzi room
first image house in avila by a-cero all photos courtesy a- cero spanish architectural firm a -cero designed a dwelling of generous proportions, developed over a single storey to facilitate the indoor-outdoor connection. surrounded by meadows, tree groves, chestnut, pine and oak trees and wildlife represented by stags, wild boar and roe deer, the edifice establishes a recognised link with the traditional architecture and vernacular customs. stone, tile, wood have been used in its construction.
I’m sure you’ve seen this office plenty of times on the internet. This office is all about fun: it has a lot of specially decorated rooms in which employees can do their work. There’s even a game room for relaxation and a gym where you can work out. Check it out: