Gut renovated, Sun-Blasted and Spectacular, four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom penthouse loft, with 4 exposures, epitomizes chic TriBeCa living with outstanding modern design and an extraordinary 3000SF roof deck where views stretch all the way to the Midtown skyline. This is a first offering. Never before lived in residence! Designed by Day's End Architects, this expansive full-floor residence welcomes you inside with 8-12 inch wide-plank floors, soaring 12-foot ceilings, radiant heated floors throughout, numerous skylights and abundant (20) windows on all four exposures. A key-locked elevator delivers you directly to the gracious foyer lined with exposed brick and custom closets. A row of bright and massive, south-facing windows ushers you into the extraordinary great room. Stretching over 43 feet wide, this sprawling space accommodates seating and dining areas alongside designer lighting and a wood burning fireplace.The open chef's VIPP kitchen embraces sleek minimalism with custom cabinetry, a massive center island and artfully concealed, upscale appliances. A long, skylit hallway lined by a powder room, oversized closets and a large laundry room leads to the owner's suite - a serene sanctuary featuring northern and eastern light and a custom dressing area/closet. The stunning en suite bathroom impresses with painted brick, terrazzo tile and designer lighting surrounding a relaxing soaking tub, frameless glass rain steam shower with a bench, floating double VIPP vanity and a separate water closet. Two large secondary bedrooms share a magazine-worthy Jack-and-Jill bathroom finished in glistening gray Morrocan tile, a soaking tub and a walk-in shower. A second bedroom suite accessed from the great room is ideal as guest quarters or a luxurious home office or den. Ascend the atrium staircase to explore the home's crowning glory, a massive rooftop terrace made for entertaining and lounging among the iconic sights of the city, including views of the Empire State Building, 56 Leonard and so much more.Located within the Tribeca Historic District, 39 Lispenard is a Queen Anne-style cast-iron store-and-loft building. Built in 1883 for John C. Clark, the handsome structure still bears his name. Today, 39 Lispenard is a coveted boutique condominium with private key-lock elevator entry and just five residential luxury lofts. In this ideal location where TriBeCa meets SoHo and Nolita, you're invited to start the day with an espresso at La Colombe before venturing to the famed local shops and art galleries. Premier dining at Frenchette, La Mercerie, Batard, Mr. Chow, Estancia and Locanda Verde will satisfy every culinary whim, and 500-acre Hudson River Park caters to outdoor recreation. Nearby 1, A/C/E, N/Q/R/W, 6 and J/Z trains, excellent bus service and CitiBike stations provide unbeatable access to the rest of the city. SEEING is BELIEVING!