Located at 100 Barclay Street, this building has been an icon since 1927. And for residents who are lucky enough to secure one of the residences spread across 31 stories, Ralph Walker Tribeca will provide an excellent home.
Ralph Walker Tribeca has the distinction of being the building that set the standard for the Art Deco Movement in both New York and the rest of the world. What’s especially interesting about the design of this building is its beauty was inspired in part by the need for the structure to comply with zoning laws and have enough space to store all of the New York Telephone Exchange’s machinery.
This building has the distinction of not only being designed by the man who was called the “Architect of the Century,” but also being considered the crown jewel in his portfolio. When Ralph Walker introduced this building to the world, it was officially the first skyscraper built in New York after the first World War.

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As a symbol of optimism and progress, the building has stood the test of time for over eight decades. Setting out with the goal of making architecture more entertaining and less impersonal, Walker succeed by designing a space that’s just as grand on the inside as it is iconic on the outside.

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The residences at Ralph Walker Tribeca start 172 feet up from the ground. Immense work has been put into offering homes with prewar proportions and modern sensibilities. Starting on the 11th floor, residences range in size from 1 to 5 five bedrooms. Throughout each residence, 10-foot ceilings provide a sense of spaciousness.

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In the great room, residents will have lots of space for relaxing or entertaining. Key features of this space include white oak floors and oversized windows. In the kitchen, custom oak cabinetry and an integrated space of high-end appliances offer both beauty and functionality.

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Thanks to its five-fixture design, the master bathroom is a true oasis of relaxation. The secondary bath boasts a combination of enviable materials like vanilla cream marble, and the powder room has a vanity made from natural walnut.

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The amenities at Ralph Walker Tribeca cover more than 40,00 square feet of indoor and outdoor space. Highlights of the building’s extensive amenities include an incredible pool inspired by Art Deco aesthetics, a fitness center and spa, a club level and multiple landscaped terraces.
Available homes in Ralph Walker Tribeca start at $3.3 million for a 2 bedroom and 2.5 bath. 3 bedroom homes range from $4.3 to $7.95 million, while prices for 4 bedrooms start just under $6 million and go all the way up to $12 million.
From Saks Fifth Avenue to Whole Foods to Tiffany & Co., the superb location of Ralph Walker Tribeca means that it is surrounded by an incredible 15 million square feet of the best that New York City has to offer.
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