In the heart of TriBeCa’s landmark historic district, 250 West Street – the monumental former warehouse built in 1906 – is being transformed into a unique collection of 111 luxury condominium residences by developer El Ad Group and designed by GNA Architects. Overlooking the Hudson River and Hudson River Park’s new Piers 25 and 26, offering activities including, a children’s playground,
77 Reade Lofts is a brand new conversion of an 1852 loft building in Tribeca and an addition of a new construction limestone loft building (in a similar style) in the neighboring site. 77 Reade Lofts offer all that you would expect in a true Tribeca loft – exposed brick (in some units), high ceilings, cast-iron facade, high ceilings, large windows, and open floor plans.
101 Warren rises 35 stories in Tribeca, just north of the World Trade Center. This luxury building has 227 contemporary apartments that feature 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, private loggias, and custom millwork throughout. Kitchens are by bulthaup b3 and appliances are Sub-Zero and Miele.
Occupying an entire block on Church Street, in the highly desirable Tribeca district, Tribeca Space offers a wide range of spacious one, two and three bedroom apartments. Combining the space and luxury of the original pre-war buildings with the best in modern design and furnishings, Tribeca Space provides some of the city’s most stylish living spaces. The building’s industrial heritage can be felt in the clever design of its luxury apartments, all of which make use of high ceilings, exposed brick walls and red oak flooring. Oversized windows fill the apartments with natural light and provide great views of the hustle and bustle of the streets below. Kitchens continue the modernist industrial feel, utilizing black granite work surfaces, bespoke cherry wood cabinets and state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances by KitchenAid. Luxurious bathrooms feature marble floors and sinks and come complete with large soaking tubs. Located only a few moments walk away from City Hall Park, Tribeca Space benefits from being located in one of Manhattan’s most charming neighborhoods. The surrounding streets are filled with café’s, restaurants and delis and there are several subways within a stone’s throw. Residents also benefit from a host of world-class amenities. These include a fitness center complete with sauna, individual storage room, rooftop deck, lounge and concierge services. For those with young children there is also a playroom and nursery facilities.
This most handsome of buildings, originally built in 1913 as a neo-Renaissance style warehouse, is now one of Manhattan’s most celebrated condominium conversions. All of its 62 apartments feature the high ceilings and large open living spaces which you would expect from a pre-war redevelopment and these combine with world class amenities and two peaceful outdoor spaces to create a uniquely desirable residence. Few condominiums have been better able to combine the space and majesty afforded by pre-war architecture with the latest in contemporary design than Tribeca Summit. All apartments feature an open-plan design, effortlessly aided by dramatically high ceilings, oversized windows and hardwood floors. Gourmet kitchens feature black granite countertops, stylishly off-set by the latest stainless steel appliances. These include: Sub-Zero refrigerators, Bosch dishwashers, Viking cook tops and Miele wall-mounted ovens. The marble bathrooms are no less decadent, featuring bespoke hardwood cabinets and incredible six-foot long soaking tubs. Situated at the heart of the much sought after Tribeca district, Tribeca Summit is ideally located for a wealth of cafes, restaurants and delightful shops. However, for those looking for some respite from the city it also boasts two private outdoor areas which provide an oasis of calm. The rooftop sundeck provides incredible views of the surrounding city and is the perfect place to enjoy a coffee before the busy day starts; downstairs the landscaped courtyard is ideal for pre-dinner drinks or a lazy Sunday afternoon. Residents also benefit from 24-hour doorman, children’s playroom, nursery, fully equipped gym and concierge services.
V33 is a unique 9-story boutique full service building in Tribeca designed by Winka Dubbledam. The building consists of only 7 residences and is located between Hudson & Greenwich Streets. One very unique design element is the façade which is made from translucent stone, glass and metal panels.