32 Laight Street


Building Description

Quintessentially Tribeca, 32 Laight Street's Italianate exterior conceals a hidden Manhattan gem. In many ways SoHo's southwestern sister neighborhood, Tribeca is home to some of New York City's most high-profile residents, eschewing the stately pre-war co-ops of Park Avenue for a slice of Old New York. Quiet cobblestone streets peppered with galleries and small restaurants that occupy formerly industrial lofts define life in Tribeca, whose red-brick architecture is of a style seen nowhere else in the world. With four subway lines within only a few blocks' walk of 32 Laight Street, almost anywhere in Manhattan is just a short train ride away. Full-floor residences, open floor plans, and lofty ceilings characterize each condo for sale at 32 Laight Street. Oversized windows draw natural light into each room, reflecting off of oak floors and white lacquer cabinetry. Hinting at Tribeca's manufacturing past, the residences at 32 Laight Street incorporate polished concrete and industrial-style bathroom components. Kitchens contain top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances that complement sparsley-lit off-white walls to create a simple and eclectic cooking space. Luxurious slate tiling is accented with porcelain in each bathroom, all the while incorporating a soothing deep gray-and-blue color scheme. Despite being a boutique condominium, 32 Laight Street offers its residents a number of luxury amenities. A virtual doorman service uses facial recognition to ensure security, while keyed elevators drop off residents at their apartments. In addition, each condominium for sale offers a personal washer and dryer for its residents. A premier address in a top neighborhood filled to the brim with luxury, an offer such as 32 Laight Street doesn't come around very often.

Building Amenities

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Nearby Transportation

Canal Street & Varick (2 min walk)

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Canal Street & Avenue of the Americas (2 min walk)

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Franklin Street & Varick (4 min walk)

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Tribeca is by far one of the most desirable places to live in Manhattan. Like Soho, Tribeca was formerly an industrial center with sweatshops before being rezoned for residential use. Wealthy New Yorkers became increasingly drawn to the area for its edgier atmosphere and the neighborhood...


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