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BACK ON THE MARKET WITH A NEW PRICE: TriBeCa pre-war loft! Currently configured as a 1 bedroom, this stunning loft can be easily reconfigured into 2 bedrooms with the possibility of a second bathroom (please see alternate floor plans). At approximately 1,260 sq feet, this classic pre-war, yet sophisticatedly renovated loft holds 10' ceiling heights and is quite spectacular. Located in one of the citys most sought-after neighborhoods, this home has an open floor plan and features 6 large windows that allow an abundance of Southern and Western light to pour in throughout the day.
Set in a pre-war building, this home seamlessly combines timeless charm with modern state-of-the-art architectural details and finishes that provide for incredibly entertaining space. The large master bedroom easily fits a king size bed leaving ample space for a sitting area. A generous home office with plenty of storage opens up to the living room, providing amazing light and views of the sunset over the Hudson River -- an added bonus. The already large bathroom with double vanity can be expanded by adding all or part of the enormous adjacent walk-in closet. Closets galore: An abundance of storage completes this spectacular home.
Standing on the corner of Warren and Broadway, 261 Broadway was built circa 1915 by architect James B. Baker. It was converted to a residential cooperative in 1979. This pre-war, twelve-story building is an intimate sixty-two unit cooperative with two elevator banks, video intercom, and a lushly-planted roof garden with sweeping city vistas that include the Brooklyn Bridge, Hudson River, Freedom Tower, and more. There are a live-in superintendent and full-time porter, as well as bike storage and accessible laundry room on the second floor. The recently restored City Hall Park is located directly opposite the building with green markets four days a week in the neighborhood. There is an abundance of restaurant and cafe choices. The newly relocated Nobu, along with Augustine and Fowler and Wells at the stunning 5 Beekman Hotel, just steps away. Whole Foods Tribeca, Soul Cycle, Gourmet Garage, and Hudson River Park/Pier are just minutes from the front door. The East Tribeca neighborhood features incredible shopping, convenient access to subway lines, and the new Oculus by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. This home is not to be missed!
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