Uptown grandeur meets downtown energy in this meticulously designed Jed Johnson masterpiece. With over 3700 square feet intelligently distributed across two floors, this palatial, one-of-a-kind penthouse is an art lover's dream. With grand proportions, abundant wall space, and natural light, the soaring 13-foot ceilings allow for breathtaking city views. Two working fireplaces, French polished paneling, gorgeous crown moldings, and other flawless architectural detail make this both a spectacular entertainment space and a tastefully discreet home. On entering upstairs, an elegant foyer gives on to a spectacular run of sitting room with a stone fireplace, open kitchen, living room, and traditional formal dining room. The master suite is perfectly positioned on this top floor with a gracious vestibule of fully outfitted closets, an ensuite marble bathroom, and a sizable private sitting room or study.Downstairs are two more bedrooms, an additional sitting room with wood burning fireplace and paneled wet bar as well as a stunning media room/den (which could easily be converted to a fourth bedroom). Designed by William B. Tubby in 1896, the iconic American Thread Building was built as the New York Wool Exchange and is a part of the National Register of Historic Places. Its impressive facade curves from Beach Street into West Broadway one of the best blocks where Tribeca meets SoHo. Residents enjoy a 24-hour doorman, a light-filled gym, and an expansive west-facing roof deck.