The word “Tribeca” conjures up images of historic lofts, cast iron buildings, and disconnected streets filled with restaurants, high-end shops, and scattered parks. New York City's most expensive neighborhood, it is the home of Manhattan's most powerful, from celebrities to investors to socialites. Tribeca Townhomes is here to change that. Echoing the builds around it but with a modern twist, Tribeca Townhomes' façade of glass and sharp angles makes a statement. At 16 Warren Street and within a few blocks of nine subway lines, it has never been easier to come home to one of Manhattan's most daring architectural statements.
With only six units, Tribeca Townhomes is certainly exclusive. On top of that it's also green; the condos up for sale make extensive use of recycled building materials and sustainable design features, from re-used balcony wood to energy-efficient appliances and windows. Each residence has multiple levels with open floor plans, while the use of full-height windows draws in natural light to create an airy atmosphere, reduce lighting costs, and provide stellar views of Manhattan. Marble countertops, fireplaces, and Sub-Zero and Miele appliances are all standard at Tribeca Townhomes.
Even with all of these features, 16 Warren Street still has a personal touch. A doorman is on hand for assistance and there is a bicycle storage facility in keeping with the theme of sustainability. Tribeca Townhomes also features solar panels on the rooftop to help residents reduce energy use and a wine cellar in the basement round out some unusual amenities for a New York City condominium that goes above and beyond expectations.