Welcome to 443 Greenwich Street, an ultra-luxury development in Manhattan's swanky Tribeca neighborhood.
Built in 1882, the building was originally a book bindery. Today, it's a landmarked building with 53 residential condominiums, including eight penthouses.
The building has played up its privacy-oriented features to attract buyers looking to lay low. Those features include a lower-level parking garage and a valet stand that's protected by iron gates.
Combining those features with the 4,000-square-foot interior courtyard garden, it's clear why the building has been deemed "paparazzi-proof" by the developers.
The privacy has reportedly attracted big-name celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence, Jake Gyllenhaal, Harry Styles, Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Lawrence, and Ryan Reynolds. The lobby has a clear view out to the courtyard garden, which all the bedrooms face.
The amenities don't stop there. Along with a fitness center, there's also a 75-foot lap pool.
Lore's reported new apartment, however, has a private terrace along with its own pool.
Double-height ceilings create a bright and airy living space. Some original features of the building remain intact, such as the Carolina yellow pine beams, which are each more than 150 years old.
Lore's penthouse is one of eight in the building, and it was the last one to sell.
White oak flooring can be found throughout the loft-style apartments, though it is absent from the bathrooms.
The kitchens —designed by CetraRuddy and built by cabinetmaker Christopher Peacock — include a Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer, wine fridge, dishwasher, coffee and cappuccino maker, microwave, and high-speed oven.
The master bath is covered in marble. A heated towel rack will keep your towels warm while you're in the shower.