RARE gut-renovated loft in Tribeca. This will not last!
Reimagined by a well-known interior designer determined to accentuate natural light and transform this 19th-century loft into a seamless open concept design. The result is breathtaking: ten-foot ceilings and a sun-flooded space complete with hardwood flooring and modern finishes. The sprawling south and east-facing living space allows for a full-sized dining table, library, and secluded office space.
The state-of-the-art kitchen features stainless steel appliances and pristine painted-glass cabinetry from Valcucine. Remnants of the 1861 architecture are found in the kitchen's original Corinthian columns. The recently expanded master bathroom is fitted with grey tile flooring and spotless white tiling.
Built in 1861, 55 White Street is a boutique condominium elevator building in the heart of Tribeca. Famous cast-iron architect John Kellum & Son designed the space and intricate marble entrance. Residents also have access to a landscaped roof deck.
Nearby Greenwich Street offers world-class restaurants and shopping. Very close to the Hudson River Waterfront and local transportation. It is a short distance to Brookfield Place, Equinox gym, Designer Shops, and The Oculus. Pet-Friendly building with laundry in unit and bike room.
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$3,150,000 / $1,583 per ft²

$160,000  -  18 days ago

Listed on Sep 28, 2020

64 Days on Market

3 Beds / 2.0 Baths / 1,989 ft²

Total Monthly expenses: $4,160

Maintenance: $2,232 / R.E. Taxes $1,928

Open House (Appointment only)

Thu Dec 03, requires appointment

Exclusively listed with: Elliman Source: RLS

Krista J.

(312) 788-7881


(917) 626-2866

Listing Courtesy of Elliman View Listing

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