‘Today’ Co-Anchor Savannah Guthrie’s Fabulous Full-Floor Tribeca Loft Hits the Market
Savannah Guthrie has been a recognizable broadcast journalist for decades, with a career spanning from being a White House correspondent to co-anchoring TODAY at NBC, a gig she has held since 2012. While seeing Guthrie in the studio, out at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, or interviewing high-profile figures is nothing new, many have not seen the Big Apple apartment that she calls home with her family. Since 2017, that has been this chic full-floor Tribeca loft, but now Guthrie is looking to sell it for $7.1 million.
The 3,735-square-foot residence has a cool, contemporary feel thanks to a thorough renovation by the architects at Ike Kligerman Barkley and designer Monique Gibson. Making changes big and small, everything comes together to present a livable yet sophisticated spread worthy of star-studded parties or casual get-togethers.
The great room, boasting custom oak millwork and rugged concrete ceilings, is a perfect setting for either. As you read or answer emails here, you’re bathed in sunlight through wall-to-wall windows. Three living areas make up the space—including a custom marble and white oak wet bar with a Julien sink, 30” Sub-Zero refrigerator, and ice maker—while glass subtly creates separation for the dining area. With such a thoughtful and easily flowing floorplan, mixing cocktails or mocktails for dinner parties is not only effortless, it’s a must.
More highlights reveal themselves as you keep exploring. Hand-painted wall murals by Dean Barger Studios, Austrian white oak flooring, collectible light fixtures, Lutron shades, and posh drapery can be found throughout, all for a buyer to keep.
Foodies may be especially drawn to the chef’s kitchen, where a black Saint Laurent marble center island and Gaggenau appliances meld fashion with functionality. Guthrie’s primary suite, one of the four bedrooms in total, radiates subtle glamour with a fireplace, antique mirrored dressing room, and spa-like bathroom with Carrera marble and a deep soaking tub. On a chilly Manhattan day, who would ever want to leave?
Ready for buyers to make offers ‘Today,’ Cortnee Glasser of Sotheby’s International Realty holds the downtown listing.