11 North Moore Street is soon to be latest ultra luxury building to call Tribeca home. The post-war mid-rise will feature 20 luxury units including a penthouse. The building features a courtyard, private gym, library, and even a pool on a rooftop deck.
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old industrial buildings have been refitted as luxury condominium conversions or high-end shops, while others have been replaced by new structures offering some of the most distinguished condominium listings in Manhattan.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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449 Washington Street is a luxury low-rise in Tribeca offering four distinctive residences for sale in a doorman attended building. 449 Washington combines contemporary aesthetics with the classic and industrial elements of the celebrated neighborhood. Behind a 100-year-old steel-framed brick facade are four unique homes of modern comfort.
Reade Chambers, 17-unit condominium located at 71 Reade St., will offer beautiful condos and penthouses starting at $1.695 million. This boutique building has a limestone exterior "interwoven with glass" and a cast-iron entrance. The aesthetic is an homage to the classic TriBeCa mercantile look with a 21st century edge. There are facades on both Chambers and Reade. Interiors- designed by Anabelle Selldorf- are well-lit and extremely spacious.
52-54 Lispenard, located in the trendy and convenient neighborhood of Tribeca, offers seven luxury units in total. The boutique condominium will offer full-floor lofts, duplexes, as well as an exclusive penthouse. Each unit will feature expansive windows, oversized floor plans, high ceilings, and central air conditioning, while most of the units will also feature private outdoor areas. A part-time doorman and concierge will also be available to residents.
- 4 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $9,000,000
7 Harrison Street is located in Tribeca. This is a new condominium conversion that hosts 12 new units, and stands seven stories tall. Before becoming a luxury space, this building was home to a dry goods and cold storage warehouse, built in 1893. This masonry building will have 10 three and four bedroom half floor homes. There will be one townhouse unit that will host a private garden, along with one duplex penthouse which contains private outdoor space. This is set to be Harris Streets largest luxury condominium development to date.
- 3 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $6,350,000
The 46 Lispenard Street Condominiums is located right on the border of arguably two of the most trendy and vibrant neighborhoods in all of New York City: Tribeca and Soho. This cast-iron beauty was built in 1866 and reconverted in 2012. 46 Lispenard maintains much of its old charm, while simultaneously boasting a state-of-the-art modern amenities such as custom made Italian white laquer kitchens with Carrera marble, privately keyed elevators, and luxurious travertine/marble mosaic custom vanities. Graciously oversized living areas feature 12.5 ft ceilings, and oversized landmark windows allow for plenty of light to fill the unit. Gorgeous fireplaces are available in select units.
- 2 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $4,100,000
Residences at the Woolworth Building start 350 feet from the ground, appropriate for what was once the worlds tallest building. With 40 luxury units spanning the top 30 floors of the building, Woolworth Tower Residences suits the landmarked neo-gothic building. Located at 233 Broadway, the building was originally constructed by Frank Woolworth to serve as "The Cathedral of Commerce".
15 Leonard Street, located in the heart of Tribeca, is one of the most desired developments in the neighborhood. This building, designed by architect, Wayne Turett, has also been compared to Darth Vader. If that is not intriguing enough, it is also located along one of Tribeca’s own historic cobblestone streets.
Situated in the heart of one of Manhattan’s most loved and most vivacious neighborhoods, the six story building at 159 Duane Street offers residences that are modern and luxurious, yet reminiscent of styles of the late 19th century. The care taken in the meticulous restoration of the brownstone and iron façade of this building has been continued in the splendor and layout of the loft-style apartments inside.