The Laight House Condominium

52 LAIGHT ST

Type
Low-rise

Building Description

You may know Tribeca as the trendiest district in Manhattan, but The Laight House Condominium on 52 Laight Street is one-of-a-kind building that exceeds its own neighborhood's famed style and elegance. Comprised of five full-floor apartments and two duplex penthouses, this Tribeca condominium has a patio on the 2nd floor and a south-facing terrace for the duplexes. After having been under construction since 2011, the luxury apartments for sale will go on the market later this year. The Laight House Condominium sports a bold red brick and limestone exterior as well as imposing bronze lanterns that emphasize its old-fashioned, historicized style. The building is a bit of a paradox too; when resident step inside their apartments, they will enjoy modern features such as Miele, Subzero, and Wolf appliances, sophisticated Caesar stone counters, wide-planked wooden floors, limestone bath floors, and state-of-the-art wine cellars. These luxury condos in Tribeca also feature spacious 13-foot ceilings and 8-foot Kolby & Kolby sash windows, as well as their own individual basement storage spaces. The amenities at The Laight House Condominium range from an extensive security system, a virtual doorman, and a commercial art space on the ground floor. In addition to these top-of-the-line features that make The Laight House Condiminium a cutting edge model for future New York condos, the location is incredibly convenient. At a short distance from PS 234 Independence School, this Tribeca condominium is in a family-friendly area, and a short foray into Tribeca can easily bring satisfaction to artistic connoisseurs. Ultimately, The Laight House Condominium at 52 Laight Street will impress buyers who are looking through the condo listings in Tribeca.

Building Amenities

  • doorman
  • pied-a-terre allowed
  • storage room
  • washer/dryer allowed
  • wine cellar
Type
Low-rise

Location

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Nearby Transportation

Canal Street & Varick (3 min walk)

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Canal Street & Avenue of the Americas (4 min walk)

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Franklin Street & Varick (5 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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