Type
Condop
Maintenance
N/A
Tax Deductibility
N/A
For more info call
212-333-7286

Apartment Description

Room to roam in this expansive Tribeca loft. Experience the grand proportions of this ~1900 sf, 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom loft with 11.5 high ceilings and a 34' long living room. Three over-sized windows facing north light the spacious living and dining areas, and three south-facing windows offer excellent light in the bedrooms. The kitchen is well designed, with a pass-through breakfast bar, marble counter tops, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, and a lovely mosaic tile back splash. The expansive dining alcove is perfectly situated next to the kitchen and can also serve as a den or media room. This voluminous home has a place for everything, with a large walk-in closet and two standard closets serving the entry and living room, and an additional utility closet adjacent to the second full bathroom. The sunny & quiet master bedroom is lined with floor-to-ceiling closets, and the en-suite bathroom features marble floors, a Jacuzzi bathtub, and a stacking washer/dryer. The bright second bedroom also comes equipped with a floor-to-ceiling closet for maximal storage. A generous gallery leads from the north end of the apartment to the south end, creating privacy between the living area and bedrooms. This home is located in an historic Tribeca loft building designed in 1868 by John B. Snook, the architect for Grand Central Depot. This elevator co-op is conveniently located near several subway lines, the Tribeca Gourmet Garage, and the galleries, shops and restaurants of Tribeca, Soho, & Chinatown. No pets allowed.

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Building Amenities

  • washer/dryer allowed
Type
Condop
Maintenance
N/A
Tax Deductibility
N/A
For more info call
212-333-7286

Location

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Nearby Transportation

Lafayette St & Canal St (2 min walk)

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Varick St & Franklin St (2 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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