A Tech Investor’s 443 Greenwich Pad Designed by Douglas Durkin Lists for $16.5M
In downtown Manhattan’s renowned 443 Greenwich, a dreamy condo has come up for sale. Designed by the incredible San Francisco-based Douglas Durkin, it shines with a mix of warm and bright touches. The seller is Stuart Peterson, a TechBio investor and the founder of Artis Ventues, and wants a whopping $16.5 million for the Tribeca home.
At 443 Greenwich, where celebrities have flocked, the circa-1882 structure sets a storied yet sleek foundation. Architect Charles C. Haight designed the landmark building originally, and it was transformed into a condominium just years ago at the hands of CetraRuddy Architects and developer Metroloft. Landscape architects HM White also contributed, creating an internal courtyard in the heart of the building.
Within Peterson’s unit, 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms make it easy to spread out, a luxury in itself in NYC. The open-plan living room, dining area, and kitchen exude loft-like opulence and comfort. Blending natural shades with bursts of texture, Douglas Durkin created an atmosphere that never fails to captivate.
The building also has much to offer. Its hotel-like amenities include a 24-hour door attendant, concierge and valet service, a resident manager, a 75-foot indoor lap pool, a playroom, a 5,000-square-foot roof terrace, and a climate-controlled wine cellar. Plus, you can’t forget about the key-locked elevator, allowing for privacy and convenience.
What more can an affluent buyer in Manhattan ask for? Juliette R. Janssens and Allison B. Koffman of Sotheby’s International Realty hold this listing.