The Grabler Building44 Laight Street, New York, NY, 10013
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Located at 44 Laight Street in the Tribeca North Historic District, The Grabler Building is a charming pre-war condominium conversion of a manufacturing building built in 1896. Imprints of the building's original tenant, a manufacturer of pipe fittings, linger on beyond this condominium listing's name. The Grabler company logo is still painted on the outside of the building, a sign of this luxury condominium's unique presence and rich history. The arched windows on The Grabler Building also recall classic, old-time New York. An updated, modern interior emphasizes this Manhattan condominium's uniqueness while still providing luxury comfort.
The interior of The Grabler Building retains the building's historic details while also radiating a feeling of modern luxury. A spacious and minimal design complement the original brick walls, originally constructed in 1896. Within those walls, it is all about contemporary luxury. Stainless steel appliances from Miele, Gaggenau, and Thermador are all found in the kitchens in the condominiums at The Grabler Building. Bathrooms have two person whirlpool Kohler tubs and Misazza mosaic glass tiles.
The interiors of The Grabler building exude comfort and class, with amenities to match. A mahogany and steel lobby designed by Bill Massie also adds to the modern feel of this classic building. There is a lobby attendant at The Grabler Building who is there to help you with whatever needs may arise. Video security and key-locked elevators ensure the privacy of all residents. With an opportunity to own a condo in a building constructed before 1900 and full of modern luxuries, it is clear why The Grabler Building, at 44 Laight Street, is a standout condominium listing in Tribeca.
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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 influential people today—which can be seen in the perpetual rise of breathtaking buildings—making it the most expensive neighborhood in New York City.
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