The Acoustically Attenuated Tribeca Penthouse

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“One of Manhattan’s most exquisite residences,” this Tribeca penthouse is so special that it gets its own website. And at 30 stories up with floor-to-ceiling windows, the views of the river and downtown’s skyscrapers are certainly breathtaking.

The apartment has all the lavish extras one would come to expect from a $17.955 million Manhattan penthouse, including: “acoustic attenuation features” to block outside noise, an integrated Crestron system with touch pad interfaces in each room to control shades, lighting, temperature, humidity and the home’s audio/visual system. Also, the entire master suite has heated floors to keep you warm on those cold December days. Does all that have you reaching for your checkbook? The penthouse has four bedrooms and is 4,700 square feet.

Photos: Platinum Properties

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