A luxurious Manhattan condominium can be purchased for $23.3 million. It features 22ft ceilings and six skylights.

Pavilion A, a duplex property, is located at the 29th floor, 2 Park Place. It is also the address for historic Woolworth Building, in Tribeca, Lower Manhattan.  

The property was originally listed for $30 million two years ago. 

Succession fans will recognize this condo as the home to Rava Roy, the exwife of Kendall Roy. Jeremy Strong portrays Kendall Roy as Rava Roy.

Brian Cox plays Kendall Roy as Logan Roy’s second-oldest son.

A luxury condo on the 29th floor of the historic Woolworth Building skyscraper in Lower Manhattan is on the market for more than $23million

A luxury condo on Lower Manhattan’s 29th floor of Woolworth Building is up for sale for more than $23million

The condo is the same residence seen on the hit HBO drama Succession, starring, left to right: Kieran Culkin, Sarah Snook, and Nicholas Braun

The condo is the same one seen on the hit HBO drama Succession. It stars, from left to right, Sarah Snook and Nicholas Braun.

HBO plans to bring back Succession for a fourth season as the show has proven a hit with audiences who subscribe to the streaming service HBO Max. The image above shows a scene from the show as filmed in the condo

Succession will return to HBO for a fourth series as the show has been a huge success with HBO Max subscribers. The image above shows a scene filmed in the condo.

The condo boasts 22ft ceilings, six skylights, two powder rooms, a private outdoor terrace with views of downtown, and a resident-only swimming pool and wine-tasting room

The condo boasts 22ft ceilings with six skylights, two powder bedrooms, a private outdoor terrace overlooking downtown, and a resident only swimming pool.

Sarah Snook, who plays Shiv Roy, the youngest and only daughter in the Roy family, is seen above inside the condo during a scene in the second episode of the third season of Succession

Sarah Snook, the youngest and sole daughter of the Roy family, can be seen above inside the condo in a scene from the second season of Succession.

Succession tells the story of Logan Roy’s children and their battle for control of Waystar RoyCo, the global media giant, which is facing an uncertain future due to the founder’s failing health.

HBO plans to return Succession for a fourth series, as the show has been a hit with subscribers to HBO Max.

The condo has five bedrooms and four bathrooms. It covers more than 6,700 feet indoors as well as almost 2,800 feet of outdoor terrace.

The kitchen features custom-made cabinetry by DADA (the luxury Italian furniture manufacturer), as well as marble countertops. There are also two dishwashers.

The view from the observation deck of the 408-square-foot private terrace

The view from the observation platform of the private terrace, measuring 408 feet in area 

The kitchen includes custom-made cabinetry by DADA, the luxury Italian furniture giant, as well as marble countertops, a wine fridge, and two dishwashers

The kitchen features custom-made cabinetry from DADA, the luxury Italian furniture manufacturer, as well as marble countertops and two dishwashers.

As if one open kitchen is not enough, there’s a morning kitchen in the master suite, which also has private access to the terrace and a walk-in closet

As if one open kitchen is not enough, there’s a morning kitchen in the master suite, which also has private access to the terrace and a walk-in closet

The master bathroom has a steam shower, a soaking tub, dual vanity sinks, and radiant heat floors

The master bathroom features a steam shower, a tub, dual vanity sinks and radiant heat floors.

The image above shows one of the rooms from inside the condo in the Tribeca section of Manhattan

The photo above shows one room from the condo in Manhattan’s Tribeca section.

History of the Woolworth building 

  • Cass Gilbert designed the iconic building and it was opened as the world’s tallest Skyscraper in 1913.
  • Frank Woolworth, retail mogul and billionaire, paid $13.5 million cash for it
  • The building was designed to house Woolworth’s and to cement his legacy in New York City. It also inspire confidence in American ingenuity.
  • The Woolworth Company headquarters was housed in this building 
  • Included is a first-floor shop and a secret private pool for Woolworth 
  • All throughout the building, you will see the faces of Woolworth and the architects as well as the laborers.  
  • It was dubbed ‘The Cathedral of Commerce’ and ‘A skyscraper built by the nickels of millions’ 
  • 900 VIP guests partied on 27th floor while President Woodrow Wilson pushed a button at the White House to light the building’s 80,000 lights. 
  • It was the tallest building until it lost its crown to the 1,046ft. Chrysler building, tall in 1930 
  • In 1966, the tower was made a national landmark. 
  • It was the Woolworth Company’s headquarters until 1997.   

Source: History.com 

A 52ft-long great room is located close to the kitchen.

As if one open kitchen is not enough, there’s a morning kitchen in the master suite, which also has private access to the terrace and a walk-in closet.

The master bathroom includes a steam bath, a soaking bathtub, dual vanity sinks, radiant heat floors, and a double vanity.

There’s also a fitness studio inside the building that is only accessible to residents.

The lower 28 floors of the skyscraper at 792 feet are still used as office space. The 32 luxury units in the top left corner just underwent a five-year renovation by Thierry W. Despont, a renowned French architect.

The luxury condos were priced from $3.5 million to $79 Million for The Pinnacle. This penthouse, which occupies floors 50 through 58 and offers breathtaking views of Manhattan’s skyline and New York Harbor, was priced between $3.5 million and $79 Million. 

These five levels are 9,680 sq. feet in size and allow for easy access to the skyscraper’s iconic spire.

Cass Gilbert designed and built the skyscraper. It was completed in 1913. 

It replaced the MetLife Tower in Flatiron District, which stands 700 feet tall, and was named after F.W., a discount-store pioneer. Woolworth paid $13.5million cash for the project.

It was the tallest building in the world for 17 consecutive years, until it was overtaken by the Chrysler Building at 1,046 feet. 

Woolworth’s five and dime stores were the first to let customers inspect what they wanted to purchase without the assistance of a sales representative. 

He also created fixed prices for items by buying merchandise directly from manufacturers, eliminating the common practice of haggling 

His building, nicknamed ‘The Cathedral of Commerce,’ housed a Woolworth’s in the first one-and-a-half floors and kept it its headquarters in the tower until 1997, when it was eventually run out of business by a new generation of retail competitors, such as Walmart. 

Horn’s Alchemy Properties was responsible for converting the top floors to residential use.

It was difficult to convert it into a penthouse because there were not enough windows in its crown to meet the city’s minimum air and light requirements.

Alchemy asked the Landmarks Preservation Commission of the city to add six windows to the unit and expand the ones that were already there to make it compliant, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Also, 3,500 pieces were missing from the facade of the building.

The building’s residents have access to a variety of amenities, including a spa with sauna and hot tub, as well as a fitness studio, wine cellar, and tasting room. 

Residents can also use Woolworth’s basement pool.

The building features many amenities including a residential lobby that was completely restored from Woolworth’s private office. This is where the retail mogul cemented the Big Apple’s legacy. 

Lower levels can still be leased for commercial purposes. 

The building is situated near Brookfield Place, City Hall Park and the Westfield World Trade Center.     

Frank W. Woolworth's original pool has been restored for residential use

Frank W. Woolworth has restored Frank W. Woolworth’s original pool for residential use

The property is located at 2 Park Place, in the Tribeca neighborhood

The property is located in Tribeca’s 2 Park Place.

The main lobby has also been restored to how Woolworth had it during his retail days

The main lobby was also restored to the way Woolworth used it during his retail days.

The 792-foo-tall Woolworth building, constructed for giant Frank W. Woolworth, was the world's tallest building when it opened in 1913. It was dubbed the 'Cathedral of Commerce'

The Woolworth building, at 792-foot tall, was built for Frank W. Woolworth and was the world’s highest building when it opened in 1913. It was called the ‘Cathedral of Commerce’

The Woolworth building had been the tallest skyscraper in the world from 1913 to 1930

From 1913 to 1930 the Woolworth building was world’s tallest skyscraper.