At 60 Beach St. in Tribeca a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath condo (on the market for $5.950 million) has a master bathroom with a glass-walled wet room, complete with soaking tub and rainfall shower.
If the goal is simply to keep the water from spraying all over the bathroom floor, a $10 shower curtain will get the job done. But for a stylish, minimalist look, a glass wall is the way to go. These apartments are all different, and each has a lot going for it, but they all have a see-through partition in common.
In Dumbo, an eight-room "townhouse" condo at 169 Water St. is priced at $5.995 million. It has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, including this one with a floor-to-ceiling glass wall separating the double shower from the tub and vanity area.
This four-bedroom three bath with river views at 137 Riverside Dr. is asking $6.65 million. A black-trimmed glass shower in the master bathroom accents the design of the subway and mosaic tile, and lends an overall crisp and clean look to the space.
This five bedroom penthouse condo at 403 Greenwich St. in Tribeca includes this en-suite master bath outfitted in custom Carrara marble with radiant floor heating, a designer double vanity, plus a soaking tub and a separate, glass-walled rain shower. Yours for $12.5 million.
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