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The Ice House condominium was built in 1905 and converted in 1999 by Joseph Pell Lombardi. The unique feature of this conversion, is that Mr. Lombardi was able to open a large well in the middle of the building to create light and air in the process of developing the condominium.
Apartments in this building range from 1,500-4,800 square feet with the penthouse originally costing $12 Million and having about 3,800 square feet, including two large setbacks. The building itself is a Romanesque revival style with arched windows.
The amenities include, a doorman, Satellite TV, exercise center, gas fireplaces and a live-in super.
Ice House condominium in TriBeCa epitomizes contemporary Downtown Manhattan lifestyle. A true 21st century home at one of the best condominiums in TriBeCa.