Type
Co-operative
Maintenance
$2,150
Tax Deductibility
N/A
For more info call
212-738-9490

Apartment Description

Opportunity Knocks on Franklin Street in Prime TriBeCa...Very Rare, S/E CORNER BUILDING offers a Full-TopFLoor LOFT, Sunflooded, Investor Friendly coop! Unlimited subletting allowed... Yes, 1031 Exchanges also possible & welcome. Soaring Ceiling heights( 15'9")and 2 walls of oversized windows, Sunlight floods the entire loft from 6Western and 3Northern exposures plus 2 Skylights.Views uptown all the way to the Empire State building and streetscapes of various loft buildings on Franklin Street welcome you home.Bring your architect, contractors, and your vision to explore the possibilities to transform this original loft space from authentic Tribeca loft into your stunning dream home.Currently, the FULL FLOOR loft is configured with keyed passenger elevator that opens into a foyer area of the living-dining room and open kitchen area, 2 full bathrooms, 2 full bedrooms plus 2 separate mezzanine loft spaces...One very long space (27.5feet) overlooking the living area and a second mezzanine (sleep loft with a skylight)within the 2nd bedroom.Building dimensions are approx .25'X75' as built.RARE PENTHOUSE LOFT in the heart of TriBeCa located at 97Franklin street/aka 257 Church Street with the Franklin St station 1 train only 1block away.This loft is renter occupied allowing you to purchase with income in place until June 2020. ISO Cash Buyers for this Value Opportunity with NO Underlying Mortgage and low monthly maintenance only $2,150.Delayed showings, please email your requests.

Listing Courtesy of The Corcoran Group.

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Type
Co-operative
Maintenance
$2,150
Tax Deductibility
N/A
For more info call
212-738-9490

Location

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Nearby Transportation

Varick St & Franklin St (2 min walk)

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Lafayette St & Canal St (3 min walk)

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Subway data provided by NYC Open Data.

Tribeca

Tribeca is by far one of the most desirable places to live in Manhattan. Like Soho, Tribeca was formerly an industrial center before being rezoned for residential use. Wealthy New Yorkers became increasingly drawn to the area for its edgier atmosphere and the neighborhood continues to draw...

 
 

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