- Joseph Pell Lombardi & Associates
- Atlantic Walk
The Pearline Soap Factory is located at 414 Washington Street, a quaint cobblestone street which recalls some of Tribeca's past. Back in the 1800's Tribeca was an industrial haven, and the Pearline Soap Factory decided to place their corporate headquarters in this Manhattan neighborhood. Fast-forward to the present day and Tribeca is now a thriving residential neighborhood. No longer a working factory, the Pearline Soap Factory building has been converted into modern luxury lofts. The Pearline Soap Factory has impressively spacious lofts, with the smallest being 2000-square feet, while the remaining six units are all over 3000-square feet. This luxury condo listing offers arched floor-to-ceiling windows that come with automatic shades, so residents can enjoy the view of the Manhattan skyline but also have the privacy they desire. The open floor plan is covered with Brazilian teak wood flooring. Granite countertops and walnut cabinets are found in the kitchen along with appliances from Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Miele. Bathrooms at the Pearline Soap Factory have radiant heat flooring, oversized tubs, travertine tile walls, and rain showers. There is not only a virtual doorman system in place at the Pearline Soap Factory, but there is also a part-time doorman as well for added security. Private keyed elevators provide entry right into each of the condominiums, so residents can feel safe in the Pearline Soap Factory. Every unit at the Pearline Soap Factory has the state-of-the-art Luton system, which allows for lights and blinds to be controlled by remote. Behind the building, there is also a private courtyard space for residents to unwind. This luxury condo listing also boasts the well-known Tachi Gallery on its premises. Large lofts with luxurious finishes and a prime Tribeca location have made the Pearline Soap Factory a favorite of Manhattan's elite.
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- rooftop deck
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