The Glass Condominium is just what it says it is. It is a newly-constructed condominium that stands 8 stories high and displays its photovoltaic glass balcony railings, which are seen through its façade. It stands on 88 Laight Street in TriBeCa and is home to 8 exclusive full-floor units.
Each of these apartments is outfitted with contemporary designs and spacious floor plans. There are hardwood floors throughout, soaring 17-foot ceilings, and double-height windows that let in natural light. The kitchens are filled with top-of-the-line appliances, including those from Viking, Miele and Sub-Zero. The bathrooms have Carrara marble, steam-rain showers, jetted baths, and tubs that all provide a spa-like experience. The mega-lofts all have large outdoor balconies with glass balcony railings that convert solar energy into electricity.
The building’s lobby is elegantly-appointed with only a part-time doorman, and there is no concierge. From there, the key-locked elevator leads to each of the units. There is video security and a private storage area in the building, as well as indoor parking spaces for the residents.
A long list of schools, restaurants and shopping establishments are in close proximity to the property. In addition, a good number of subway lines are accessible from the building.