When an earlier floor plan for 2 N Moore Street was published on Curbed last year, something struck a nerve. “You’re [sic] life must really suck,” one reader told another. “Nobody cares what an [sic] poor and unwashed member of society thinks about a luxury house,” another comment said.
Tribeca mansions with 12,500 square feet, seven levels, five bedrooms, three fireplaces, and one high-speed elevator have that effect. And at $35 million, this was the priciest listing ever in the neighborhood. But the mansion, owned by the former chairman and CEO of New York Mortgage Trust, who built his place by combining a former bar with a new six-story house, has a freshly cut $29 million price tag, and, more importantly, an improved floor plan.
Now readers can join hands and peacefully marvel at the three-car garage, the gas meter room, the courtyard’s vented BBQ grill, the library’s gas fireplace, the master bedroom suite’s loggia and the 50-foot-long indoor pool. - Max Abelson
According to Corcoran's listing, the house's landscaped outdoor space has "an irrigation system and mist outdoor cooling system." Very classy!