The Cobblestone Lofts



Building Description

Nestled in the heart of Manhattan's exciting Tribeca neighborhood, Cobblestone Lofts at 28 Laight Street offer luxury condominiums along with a myriad of amenities. A pre-war, doorman guarded building, it was converted from a series of several factories into a seven story, thirty-one unit structure in 2001. Its modern architecture, along with its prime location make Cobblestone Lofts at 28 Laight Street a wonderful opportunity for anyone and everyone to find a home. The luxury apartments offer a host of high class amenities. Their walls, made of exposed brick, stand at ten feet, giving a spacious feel to the residence, along with over-sized windows which allow for both an abundance of natural light as well as stunning views of NYC. The ceiling is timber beamed, and within each of these luxury condominiums stand majestic columns. Combine that with a wood-burning fireplace, fully-equipped modern kitchens along with luxurious bathrooms, and it is no wonder residents of Cobblestone Lofts at 28 Laight Street are excited each time they walk through their doors. At Cobblestone Lofts at 28 Laight Street, amenities are offered in plentiful quantities. A roof-top terrace graces the building, offering not only an excellent place to relax but also breathtaking views of the surrounding Tribeca neighborhood. A state of the art fitness center is also provided, affording residents of these luxury apartments the convenience of a place to work out without having to travel off-site. The neighborhood itself offers a variety of activities, from exciting nightlife and restaurant options to art galleries and other cultural activities. Add to all of this the heated parking garage, and it becomes clear that Cobblestone Lofts at 28 Laight Street is a place in which anyone would be proud to live.

Building Amenities

  • concierge
  • doorman
  • fitness center
  • garage
  • rooftop deck


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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 before being rezoned for residential use. Wealthy New Yorkers became increasingly drawn to the area for its edgier atmosphere and the neighborhood continues to draw...


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