Tribeca House

50 MURRAY ST

Type
High-rise
Developer
The World-Wide Group
Active Listings
14 Active Rentals
Unit Beds Baths Sq Ft Price
APT 617 STUDIO 1 BATHS 630 $3,900
APT 423 STUDIO 1 BATHS 969 $4,959
APT 1714 1 BED 1 BATHS 623 $5,000
APT 315 STUDIO 1 BATHS 1,155 $5,825
APT 904 2 BEDS 2 BATHS 1,233 $7,100
APT 1004 1 BED 2 BATHS 1,233 $7,200
APT 522 2 BEDS 2 BATHS 1,244 $7,275
APT 2012 4 BEDS 2 BATHS 1,350 $7,800
APT 1303 STUDIO 2 BATHS 1,357 $8,600
APT 1514 2 BEDS 2 BATHS 1,310 $9,000
APT 801 1 BED 2 BATHS 2,050 $10,400
APT 510 2 BEDS 3 BATHS 1,672 $10,750
APT 418 3 BEDS 3 BATHS 1,610 $10,844
APT 618 3 BEDS 2.5 BATHS 1,610 $10,850

Building Description

Living at 50 Murray Street may appeal to Manhattan apartment hunters searching for New York City homes. For those seeking Post-war High-rise apartments, 50 Murray Street is available. Available amenities include doorman as well as concierge. A take on the rental, these apartments are currently available on the market. Details like oversized windows are crafted into several apartments here. 50 Murray Street provides choices for apartment hunters with this building. This building spans 22 floors with 398 apartments. 50 Murray Street was established in 1964. 50 Murray Street in Manhattan's Tribeca offers rental residents new homes.

Building Amenities

  • basketball court
  • bike storage
  • billiards room
  • business meeting room
  • children's playroom
  • concierge
  • doorman
  • elevator
  • fitness center
  • garage
  • garden
  • laundry
  • laundry room on every floor
  • laundry service
  • lounge
  • nursery
  • parking
  • rooftop deck
  • screening room
  • storage room
  • valet service
Type
High-rise
Developer
The World-Wide Group
Active Listings
14 Active Rentals

Location

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Nearby Transportation

Park Place (1 min walk)

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Chambers Street & Church (2 min walk)

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City Hall & Broadway (2 min walk)

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Tribeca

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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