Located at 88 Laight Street, Glass Condominium is an ultra-contemporary condominium with impressively sized lofts for sale. This Tribeca loft building features enormous homes with 17' ceilings, uniting the best elements of the classic neighborhood with the new.
NYC Apartments for Sale in Tribeca
Tribeca is short for Triangle Below Canal Street, and this stylish lower Manhattan neighborhood runs from, you guessed it, Canal Street to Park Place and from the Hudson River to Broadway. Defined by warehouses and industry during the last century, Tribeca has reinvented itself in the last 30 years as a hip and sophisticated Manhattan neighborhood that is... still kind of defined by its warehouses and historic structures. Many of Tribeca's old industrial buildings have been refitted as luxury condominium conversions or high-end shops, while others have been replaced by new structures offering some of the most distinguished condominium listings in Manhattan. An elegant study in contrasts, Tribeca is also one of the most in-demand residential neighborhoods in Manhattan.
While Tribeca is best-known for its popular nightspots, sophisticated dining and luxury shopping, Tribeca is still a thriving arts community, thanks more to the neighborhood's art galleries and the annual Tribeca Film Festival. There's more to do in Tribeca than seeing and being seen, in short, and a simple walk through the neighborhood -- from the quiet cobblestone streets on the Hudson River to the bustling boutiques closer to Broadway -- is about as interesting a perambulation as Manhattan has to offer. Of course, it’s a much nicer walk if you’re heading home to a Tribeca condominium of one’s own.
The spare loft apartments of Tribeca have given way to a more luxurious breed of pre-war condominium. The luxurious pre-war condominium conversion Tribeca Summit recast a century-old former factory on Greenwich Street as a luxury condominium; the elegant boutique condo conversion Tribeca Five executes the same alchemy on a smaller scale. The new construction condos range from the sleek, futuristic One York to the understated red-brick classicism of The Fairchild. Disparate in design and character, Tribeca condominiums have one vital thing in common -- a spot in one of Manhattan’s most distinctive and desirable neighborhoods.
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It takes a lot to stand out in Tribeca, which is, block for block, one of the most architecturally diverse and aesthetically fascinating places to live in all of New York City. And yet 77 Reade Street, a new loft-style condominium at (yes) 77 Reade Street, does just that. With a landmark warehouse structure that dates back to 1852 at its base and a graceful limestone structure – courtesy of renowned architects BKSK – rising above it, 77 Reade Street blends classic Tribeca aesthetics with contemporary condominium comforts both outside and in, thanks both to the classic loft-style condos for sale and the notably up-to-date amenities that compliment them. Add it all up, and 77 Reade Street stands out not only as one of the finest listings in Tribeca, but as one of the most promising new condominiums in lower Manhattan.
There are many reasons for Tribeca's longstanding status as one of Manhattan's most sought-after neighborhoods, but its graceful blend of old and new -- these cobblestone streets are home to some of the most luxurious condominiums for sale in Manhattan -- may be Tribeca's most distinctive and desirable trait. That same combination of old Manhattan aesthetics and new Manhattan luxury is very much in evidence at 250 West Street, which quickly established itself as one of the most promising new condominium listings in Tribeca. While there are many luxury loft conversions in Tribeca, 250 West Street stands out both for its graceful, prototypically Tribeca looks and the gracious, elegant loft-style condos for sale behind that red-brick Italianate exterior. Even by the high standard for luxury and looks to which Tribeca condo conversions are held, 250 West Street is a standout. Factor in an elite suite of amenities and an exquisite attention to detail in the apartments for sale, and it's easy to see why 250 West Street ranks with both the top new condos in Tribeca and the most intriguing new condominium listings in Manhattan, period.
Tribeca, home to one of the world’s largest collections of industrial red-brick loft conversions, galleries, and yes, celebrities, is home to 57 Reade Street, a neo-modern condominium at the heart of this quaint, yet quintessentially Manhattan neighborhood. In many ways, its name, Reade57, is as much of an inverse as the building itself; surrounded by cast iron lofts and Beaux-Arts municipal buildings, 57 Reade Street’s glass-and-steel structure is a welcome, albeit almost radical, architectural addition to this already stunning area. Small shops and restaurants that seem to randomly appear give Tribeca an organic feel lost in modern New York. What is truly surprising, however, is that this seemingly isolated neighborhood is so connected to the rest of the city, whether it be by any number of subway lines or its adjoining position to SoHo and the Financial District.
The Sky Lofts on 145 Hudson Street live up to their name. Taking full advantage of their industrial heritage, the lofts in Sky Lofts have wide-open layouts and huge casement windows with open, picturesque views of Manhattan. Originally an industrial building built in the Art Deco style, Sky Lofts are converted luxury condominiums on the top 4 floors of that pre-war high-rise that have been fully-renovated with expertly-done finishes. These vast, light-filled lofts are unique finds, even in Tribeca, and very few luxury condos in Manhattan compare to these idyllic spaces.
As a pre-war condo conversion building, 111 Hudson Street demonstrates modern luxury as well as historical elegance. The apartments for sale fit the standard of true Manhattan luxury, with spacious layouts, high ceilings, and brick flooring throughout. As a condo in Manhattan’s trendy Tribeca neighborhood, 111 Hudson Street offers an easy access to the art and music scene the neighborhood is famed for.
If a Tribeca loft is your idea of a perfect New York City home, Artisan Lofts at 143 Reade Street should be your next destination. This building, which is more than 80 years old, has been renovated and restored with the best in modern facilities, while retaining the old world charm of this 1929 building. Add to that it is, indeed, located in the fascinatingly eclectic neighborhood of Tribeca, Artisan Lofts perches itself high on the list of desirable homes in Manhattan.
Tribeca Space is a collection of multiple prewar industrial buildings that have been transformed into luxurious New York condominiums. With its prime location at 25 Murray Street, Tribeca Space spans the entire block of Church Street between Murray and Warren Streets. By preserving the history of these prewar commercial buildings while integrating new amenities that prospective owners of Tribeca flats have come to expect, the developers of Tribeca Space have created unique NYC condos for sale.
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Located in the heart of SoHo, 115 Mercer Street is a 8-unit condominium building, situated on one of the city’s most exclusive cobblestone blocks. 115 Mercer is eight stories tall, and comprised of two penthouses and six spacious lofts. The building was constructed in 1900, and while the structure offers pre-war detailing, the apartments are fully adorned with contemporary luxury finishes.