330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
330 Spring Street Unit: PH
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$65,000/mo

330 Spring Street Unit: PH

5 Beds 4 Baths 4,266 Sq.Ft.

Description

Available as a fully furnished rental beginning June 1 for up to six months.

Introducing the Penthouse at 330 Spring Street, a full-floor five-bedroom home with interiors by Annabelle Selldorf and two terraces totaling almost 1,600 square feet wrapping three sides of this grand home on SoHo's coveted waterfront. 360 degree exposures from floor-to-ceiling windows in every room - true to the building's name, The Urban Glass House - provide stunning views, including sunsets over the Hudson River, the triumphs of downtown's skyline, north to Hudson Yards, and an intimate glimpse into SoHo. With 11.5' ceilings, a private landing with an additional service entrance, and an unbeatable flow separating the private and public spaces, this is a grand home as well suited for entertaining as it is for the easy comforts of daily life.

The Urban Glass House was the late architect Philip Johnson's final project, taking inspiration from his personal residence, the original Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut. Perhaps nowhere in his oeuvre is the name more apt than the Penthouse at The Urban Glass House, where over 70 floor-to-ceiling windows offer front row views to many of the city's most iconic vistas, yet, miraculously, without sacrificing privacy or intimacy.

From the private elevator landing, enter the penthouse through the foyer, the first of many places for art enthusiasts to display their collection on the home's custom Venetian plaster walls. The living and dining rooms, with an open layout allowing tons of light and ease of access, are nonetheless each defined by the through-wall fireplace between them. There is also a powder room located discreetly off the foyer, perfect for guests. A media room with open northern and western exposures rounds out the public space; this room can be closed off for quiet evenings in.

The grand entertaining space includes multiple access points to the north and east terrace. Wrapping a third of the entire apartment, this terrace features multiple seating areas, an outdoor dining room, and views spanning from the Empire State Building to the Freedom Tower.

Leading directly from the dining room, the kitchen is perfect for staff or caterers; it has another access point to the east terrace, allowing for unobtrusive service. A chef's dream, the kitchen features Bulthaup cabinets, two islands, two fridges, a wine fridge, and high-end appliances throughout. With a coffee bar and eat-in seating, it's also set up for casual daily use.

On the western and southern sides of the penthouse, the bedroom suites can be fully closed off from the public areas. Five bedrooms, four of which have en-suite bathrooms, constitute the private quarters, as well as a full laundry room complete with a sink and additional storage. Each of the three full bathrooms is windowed, as is the laundry room.

The first two bedroom suites share a jack-and-jill bathroom with a separate soaking tub and stall shower. The first bedroom has one of two access points to the west terrace. In addition to its immaculate sunset and river views, the west terrace has multiple seating and lounging areas. Views include downtown landmarks, spanning all the way to the Statue of Liberty.

The huge principal bedroom suite occupies the southwest corner of the home. With another access point to the west terrace - including a privacy boundary demarcating the suite's own terrace area - an exceptionally large walk-in closet, and a spacious en-suite bathroom with a soaking tub and double vanity, this is a rare sanctuary. Enjoy watching boats go in and out of Hudson harbor while relaxing in the bathtub.

Two more bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom, both with generous windows, closet space, and views, create ample possibilities for guests or additional sleeping arrangements.

Zoned heating and cooling, and a central sound system, add the final touches to this impeccably designed home.

The Urban Glass House at 330 Spring Street is a flagship condominium f

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Location

330 Spring Street Unit: PH, New York City, NY 10013

Status

For Lease
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Marie-Claire  Martineau

Marie-Claire Martineau

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Licensed Associate Real Estate | Co-founder of the Maison International Team

Downtown Manhattan

40.7209° N, 74.0007° W

Property Amenities

Interior
Laundry room Common Area, See Remarks
Fireplace Other
Flooring Hardwood
Total Bedrooms: 5
Half Bathrooms: 1
Full Bathrooms: 3
Other Interior Features High Ceilings, Sound System
Area & Lot
Living area 4,266 Sq.Ft.
MLS® ID COMP-1525643225492496985
Year Built 2005
View Description River
Type Condo
Status For Lease
Exterior
Stories 12
Air conditioning Central Air
Heat type Central
Finance
Lease Price $65,000/mo

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