Exuding luxury from all angles, this home in the newly restored Woolworth Tower Residences is an exquisite Tribeca gem fresh on the market for $29.85 million. Known as Pavilion A, it is one of only two pavilion residences in the prestigious building fit for royalty, making the chance to own it a rare opportunity indeed.All 6,711-square-feet of interiors are adorned with brilliant detailing and grandiose features. The home has six skylights and ceilings reaching up to 22-feet high, which allows ample natural light to pour into all spaces. The flooring is made of a deep stained herringbone-patterned wood, giving an extra chic look to a timeless floor feature.An abundance of elegance is found in every room. The large updated kitchen boasts custom cabinetry, Calacatta Caldia marble countertops, state-of-the-art appliances, two dishwashers, and a wine fridge. Meanwhile in the master suite, there's an additional morning kitchen, a walk-in closet, and a private terrace so a new owner will be surrounded by luxury from the moment he or she awakes.Perched high above the Tribeca neighborhood, the apartment offers an almost 360-degree water and city views. Down on the street level, luxury continues since the residence is close to countless high-end restaurants, shops, and hotels. Additional amenities of Woolworth Tower Residences include a concierge, doorman, health club, parking, a communal pool, and security system. For a buyer with about $30 million to spend, it really doesn't get much better than this.Stan Ponte, Joshua Judge, and Tate Kelly of Sotheby’s International Realty
have the exemplary downtown listing.