One of the newer buildings in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood is 111 Murray. Soaring up 800 feet in a sleek glass tower, the building has 157 residences.

The building was designed with 20,000 square feet of amenities including two pools, a fitness center, and a wellness suite with a sauna and a hair salon. There is also a private dining room,  lounge, children’s playroom, and landscaped gardens.

This two-bedroom unit is a 1,654-square-foot home in the sky is a stunning light-filled sanctuary with breathtaking views stretching from the East River to the Hudson, as well as dramatic and iconic panoramic skyline views to the south through curved floor-to-ceiling windows.

The loft-like great room and dining space has soaring 11-foot ceilings and stunning white oak herringbone floors.

The state-of-the-art open kitchen is a chef’s dream, masterfully designed and meticulously appointed with Molteni crafted custom cabinetry in ceruse white oak and premium appliances by Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Miele. The stunning waterfall island of Calacatta Borghini marble flows seamlessly into the entertaining space.

A private hallway leads to the luxurious master bedroom suite boasting an enviable walk-in closet and spectacular city and water views.

The spa-like master bathroom has Dornbracht fixtures, slab travertine accent walls, radiant heated floors, and a BluStone soaking tub as its centerpiece.

The second bedroom has its own custom ensuite bath and ample closet space.

This home is listed for $4.6 million with William Vitiello, Lisa Larson and Claire Groome of Warburg Realty.

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