- Joseph Pell Lombardi & Associates
The Mohawk Atelier is a commanding presence at 161 Duane Street in Tribeca thanks to its beautiful façade. A conversion of two pre-war commercial buildings, one built in 1845 and the other in 1892, the Mohawk Atelier brings old school charm into Tribeca. One of the buildings was designed in a Romanesque Revival style which gives the Mohawk Atelier some very striking features. The Mohawk Atelier is notable for its large arch windows and its corner turret on Hudson Street. The interiors at the Mohawk Atelier are as modern as the building's façade is classic. There are also high-end appliances from Sub-Zero, Bosch, and Viking. Master bathrooms have countertops made out of rare honey Oynx. There are also mosaic tile floors and brick patterned walls. Some of the units have outdoor space which will provide residents with views of the lovely Duane Park. It is also worth noting that the penthouse has a living room with a ceiling a bit higher than normal standards -- it rises 50 feet above the floor. A boutique condominium, Mohawk Atelier residents have a 24-hour concierge service, something fairly rare for a building with this few units. The buildings that make up the Mohawk Atelier are considered to be landmarks. Another benefit of the Mohawk atelier is its location at 161 Street in Tribeca. It is in a very popular area of Manhattan and it is near many parks. An elegant conversion of classic New York, the Mohawk Atelier a building in Tribeca that cannot be missed.
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