Prominently situated on a prime Tribeca corner, this full-floor, 4,108 square foot, 3-bedroom loft elegantly pairs historic downtown charm with effortless modern luxury. From the direct elevator entry, an over 1,200 square foot great room with 12-foot ceilings, original columns, and 8-foot tall windows creates an entertaining space that is incredibly difficult to find or replicate. The scale of this room continues throughout the unit, easily allowing for large-scale gatherings across multiple living spaces. Wide-plank hardwood floors and coffered ceilings add warmth, and the views to city and sky are quintessentially Tribeca.
Custom-designed and elegantly crafted, the Poggenpohl kitchen is swathed in oversized marble slabs, a full suite of professional appliances including a vented range hood and wine storage, and designer lighting fixtures. A full wall of built-in low cabinetry opposite the kitchen is the perfect place to house books with artwork above. Directly adjacent, the family room / den offers full walls of built-in cabinet storage and a rare wood-burning fireplace.
Sun-flooded and airy, the home's primary bedroom suite is graciously sized and offers both a large walk-in closet as well as an en-suite marble bathroom with ...
Originally known as the “Triangle Below Canal,” Tribeca is the chicest and most affluent neighborhood in Manhattan.
While the area is neither flashy nor quaint, it has all the amenities that make life comfortable: well-maintained parks, notable restaurants, family friendly venues, quiet streets, luxurious spas and more. The 19th century mercantile architecture that dominates the neighborhood is both austerely beautiful and uniquely well suited to the luxurious, massive lofts favored by its inhabitants. The cobblestone streets are wide, ... read more