Located at the peak of New York's iconic Woolworth Building — which was once the tallest structure in the world upon completion in 1913 — rests the Woolworth Pinnacle Penthouse, a five-story residence that reigns over Lower Manhattan like a castle in the sky.
Woolworth's top floors have in turn been utterly transformed, beginning with the 50th story, including a restoration of the majestic copper roof, now revealing a 408 square-foot private open-air observatory at 727-feet above the city. 125 new windows were in turn approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, offering natural light and unmatched views throughout, as additional features include ceiling heights up to 24 feet.
Suite amenities by Thierry Despont then encompass his redesign and restoration of the famed F.W. Woolworth-commissioned indoor pool, as well as the private residential lobby which boasts the original coffered ceiling relocated from F.W. Woolworth’s personal office on the 40th floor.
Lastly, there is a 24-hour doorman, full-time on-site concierge, personal mail delivery, and private elevator for penthouse residents.
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