Tribeca Summit is one of the crowning achievements of the Tribeca neighborhood, one that must be seen to be believed. Built in 1912 and standing 10 stories high, it was originally designed as a storage and distribution center until it was landmarked as a historic building and converted into a condominium containing 65 penthouse duplexes, multi-level townhouses, and lofts. It's neo-Renaissance exterior juts out gracefully on 415 Greenwich Street where it stands, near St. John's Park and all the fabulous shops, bars and restaurants Tribeca has to offer. These luxuries make Tribeca Summit home to some of the most desirable condos for sale in all of Manhattan.
The penthouses, townhouses and lofts each come with soaring ceilings between 12-and-a-half and 15-and-a-half stories high. The penthouses each have outdoor terraces, and the townhouses also have outdoor space. The rooms are designed with an eye toward modernist architecture, which means they are airy and spacious. Kitchens come with black granite countertops and fully equipped with state-of-the-art appliances. The bathrooms are equally beautiful: oversized marble baths are available, along with separate showers and mahogany cabinets.
Tribeca Summit also comes with every amenity standard for a high-end Manhattan luxury condo. This includes a 24-hour concierge, gym and children's playroom. But Tribeca Summit also comes with gardens and green life that are wholly unique. A landscaped sundeck welcomes residents on the roof, and courtyard gardens are available to residents on the ground floor. Tribeca Summit is also home to several atriums for its residents to enjoy. And of course for residents who want to leave the building, right out the front door is the vibrant Tribeca neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, where restaurants, shops, and entertainment of all kinds, not to mention some of the finest schools in New York City are just footsteps away. It all comes together to make Tribeca Summit a consummate experience for anyone lucky enough to enjoy it.