Pre-war | Doorman | Elevator | Pets allowed | Laundry room
Abundant closets | Hardwood floors | Open space | Powder room | Washer
at Canal St 0.2 miles at Canal St 0.2 miles at Chambers St 0.4 miles at Canal St (UL) 0.4 miles at Spring St 0.4 miles at Chambers St 0.5 miles
A gorgeous 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom residence in the heart of Tribeca, this home offers sunny loft-like living spaces, lavish bathrooms and a professional-grade open kitchen all set in a historic, full-service building.
Arrive at this 2,466-square-foot downtown showplace via a long entry gallery — the perfect setting for your art collection — and take in the sprawling corner great room stretching nearly 35 feet long. Lined with western and southern oversized windows that capture city and river views, beamed ceilings rise 12 feet overhead amplifying light and space. The nearby Bulthaup kitchen delights with top-of-the-line appliances from Miele, Bosch, Viking and Sub-Zero surrounded by gleaming lacquer cabinets, making this the perfect setting for a lively Friday night dinner party or a relaxing Sunday brunch.
The master suite is a serene oasis lit by southern sunshine and offering twin walk-in closets. For a spa-like experience, enter the Carrara marble en suite bathroom where a deep-soaking tub sits alongside an oversized frameless glass shower, and a massive vanity cabinet accommodates to large sinks. Another bedroom suite features an impressive en suite bathroom and a terrace with courtyard views. The home features two more nicely sized bedrooms, one with built-ins and a TV nook, and two more full bathrooms, one of which includes a linen closet. An in-unit washer-dryer and large entry closet add coveted conveniences, while CityQuiet windows along Hubert Street, sound attenuation padding between living room and bedroom, and privacy blinds throughout the living room, dining room and two bedrooms attend to peaceful tranquility in this beautiful Tribeca home.
Set in the Tribeca North Historic District, 415 Greenwich Street is one of the largest warehouse buildings in the neighborhood. The steel-framed structure is wrapped in a facade of limestone and gray brick with handsome Neo-Classical elements. Built in 1911, the building was used for the storage and distribution of tea, soaps and candy, among other products. Today the historic building offers an array of sought-after amenities including 24-hour concierge, on-site residential manager, attended parking, fitness center, bicycle and storage rooms, a children's playroom plus a beautifully landscaped sundeck and two interior courtyards. Located in the heart of Tribeca, this home is literally surrounded by the best of the neighborhood's renowned dining and nightlife with the vast open space of the Hudson River Park and esplanade mere minutes away. Nearby 1, A/C/E, N/Q/R/W, J/Z and 6 trains provide incredible access to the rest of the city.
The real estate taxes are $2,010/month with the tax abatement and $2,437/month without the abatement.
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33 Irving Place, New York, NY 10003 | Phone: 212.557.6500 | Fax: 212.557.6505