Exquisite luxury and dramatic proportions await in this premier three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom loft in one of Tribeca's best full-service condominiums.
Beamed 12 foot-tall ceilings soar overhead, and wide-plank hardwood floors run underfoot in this bright and airy 2,279-square-foot showplace. In between, tall art walls and magnificent casement windows create an impressive backdrop punctuated by stunning wallcoverings and designer lighting.
The corner great room provides an impressive space for living and dining areas. Nearby, the gleaming open kitchen ensures exceptional entertaining with fine stone counters and a long breakfast bar, glossy white lacquer cabinets, and an army of top-notch appliances by Sub-Zero, Miele and Viking, including a vented five-burner gas cooktop, dishwasher, wine refrigerator and built-in microwave.
This home's three complete bedroom suites include a lavish master, where you'll enjoy two massive walk-in closets and a marble five-fixture bathroom with a soaking tub, frameless glass shower and wide double vanity. Another spacious suite offers lovely courtyard views, and the third suite off the great room is ideal as a media room or study. Extra closet space, a laundry closet, powder room and Sonos add effortless convenience to this spectacular Tribeca loft.
Built in 1911, 415 Greenwich Street is a stately limestone and gray brick building located within the Tribeca Historic District. Tea, soap and candy manufacturers originally occupied the warehouse. Today, the full-service luxury condominium offers an array of lavish amenities, including 24-hour concierge, on-site resident manager, attended parking, fitness center, bicycle and storage rooms, a playroom, plus a beautifully landscaped sundeck and two interior courtyards. There are plans to renovate the halls and lobby. More details to come.
Here in the heart of Tribeca, close to Hudson Square and SoHo, you're surrounded by renowned shopping, dining and nightlife, including Locande Verde, Frenchette and Tribeca Grill. The vast waterfront open space of Hudson River Park is just two blocks away, and nearby 1, A/C/E, N/Q/R/W, J/Z and 6 trains provide incredible access to the rest of the city.