Tribeca Five


Richard Massa Architect
The Dynamic Group

Building Description

West Broadway's art usually sits in galleries, but this pre-war Tribeca condominium would catch any aesthete's eye. The striking juxtaposition of Tribeca Five's 19th century façade and its 21st century luxury connotes both the classical New York townhouse and the modern, elegant apartment lifestyle synonymous with Tribeca. The building's environs—some of the finest restaurants and nightlife in the city, plus a subway stop half a block away—are sure to satiate those not simply content to bask in Tribeca Five's beauty.  Residents of Tribeca Five won't tire easily of the condominium's amenities though, especially the roofdeck, which boasts, besides panoramic views, an outdoor Viking stove/barbeque, fire pit, teak furniture, and, for those who've spent a long night at Tribeca Five's bar and lounge area, an outdoor shower. Those charmed by architectural lavishness will fall in love with the building's fifth floor arched windows, and city historians will adore the vintage “Samuel Levine Plumbing & Heating Supplies” sign painted on the building's south side. And with a virtual doorman system, nearly enough storage space to re-create the Bat-Cave, and an off-site concierge service, Tribeca Five boasts some of the most opulent condo listings in Tribeca. The high ceilings, large windows, and ample space of the full floor apartments for sale at Tribeca Five are quintessential Tribeca condos. But just as the building offers the best of both classic New York and new city living, so too do the apartments: each comes standard with SubZero refrigerators and wine coolers, Asko dishwashers, Wolf duel fuel ranges, and GE microwaves, ensuring that even the least-experienced cook will soon be hosting dinner parties (luckily, the wine coolers are spacious). Final touches include handsome contemporary baths and laundry service. On a street known for artistic beauty, Tribeca Five's a masterpiece.

Building Amenities

  • concierge
  • laundry
  • laundry service
  • lounge
  • parking
  • rooftop deck
  • storage room
  • valet service
Richard Massa Architect
The Dynamic Group


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Nearby Transportation

Canal Street & Avenue of the Americas (2 min walk)

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Franklin Street & Varick (3 min walk)

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Canal Street & Broadway (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 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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