The Grabler Building

44 Laight Street | Tribeca

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44 Laight Street | Tribeca

The Tribeca neighborhood is famous for its lofty pre-war homes. It is, along with Soho, the neighborhood of former warehouses and manufacturing centers turned into luxury Manhattan condos. The Grabler Building on 44 Laight Street is one of these buildings: a former manufacturing building designed in the Renaissance Revival style. The Grabler Building is an aesthetically pre-war building, with a brick façade and large apartments, but it was converted into Tribeca condominiums in 2001, and now boasts modern luxurious furnishings as well as pre-war style. This building is 7 stories high, with 18 condos for sale, including penthouses. The building also includes a collection of amenities that add to the experience, and location in one of the most coveted neighborhoods in Manhattan.

Each room in 44 Laight Street comes with brick walls from the original design, as well as gas fireplaces, and washers and dryers. The kitchens in the Grabler Building come fitted with name brand amenities, including a stove, oven, and refrigerator. The bathrooms are equally modern, with oversized, two-person tubs, and Misazza mosaic glass tiles that decorate the floor.

Amenities complete this image of luxury. A doorman and lobby attendant are on hand in the Grabler Building’s newly designed lobby. Video security is also installed in the building, to add to the feeling of safety the residents of the building share. Elevators are key-locked simplifying residents’ access to their condos. And last, but certainly not least, on the roof of the building is a deck, where residents can enjoy themselves either alone with a good book, or with friends. But the comforts inside the Grable Building aren’t all that the pre-war conversion has to offer. Just steps away from the building are St. John’s Park, Juan Pablo Duarte Square, and the Art Institute of New York City. The Hudson River is just a short walk away for residents looking for something quiet and scenic, and for residents looking to socialize, Tribeca is right at their fingertips, with countless bars, shops, and restaurants. With all this in its favor, the Grabler Building is a great option for any New Yorker looking to live in Manhattan’s famous Tribeca.

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Starting at $6,000,000
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Apartment Info

Features:

  • Hardwood Floor
  • High Ceilings
  • Oversized Windows
  • Terrace

Bathroom:

Kitchen:

  • Dishwasher
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Gourmet Chef Kitchen
  • Miele Appliances

The Grabler Building Info

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Year Built

1896

Year Converted

2003

Number of Apartments

18

Number of Floors

7

Building Access

Elevator

Designer

Clinton and Russell

Service Level

Attended Lobby

Type

Pre-war Mid-rise

Building Amenities:

Building Features:

  • Rooftop Deck
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Residents Call Foul Over Lobby Renovation

After agreeing to pay for a lobby renovation, residents are claiming they were left out of the redesign process as stipulated in their agreement.

Residents Get Heat After Proposing Ripping Out Cobblestones

In one of the weirdest community board requests on record, some residents of 44m Laight Street proposed removing Tribeca's famed cobblestone streets and replacing them with concrete. The request didn't get very far.