Tribeca Bold at 7 Hubert Street, PH-C

When you criss-cross this glam Tribeca penthouse, the first thing that you notice are the lines.  There are vertical and horizontal lines everywhere, neatly defining the spatial order of the residence while complementing the industrial flair of the floor-to-ceiling casement windows that enwrap this full-floor home.  Designed by the architectural firm Shelton Mindel this devine residence at 7 Hubert Street can stand toe-to-toe with any Tribeca penthouse.  The urban oasis demands ...

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A Bit of Spice in Tribeca – 288 West Street, 6W/5W

Think Lincoln Logs, the wooden interlocking building toy that has entertained generations of children.  Now scan the rows of timber beams that line the ceiling of this one-of-a-kind loft and marvel at the character of its design.   This riverfront duplex at 288 West Street is located on the western edge of Tribeca, between Watts Street and Canal Street.  Sandwiched between two modern developments, the eight-story remembrance of Tribeca past stands out ...

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Highest and lowest priced closed sales for Manhattan Apartments (Week of Feb 9, 2020)

The highest recorded closed price on a Manhattan apartment last week was unit 3-B at 443 Greenwich Street, the celebrity-fueled condo between Vestry Street and Desbrosses Street in Tribeca. The 3,454 SF three-bedroom loft sold for $10.3 million, just under $3,000 per square foot.  It first hit the market in April 2019 for $11.95 million, nearly 14% above the eventual closing price.  Tall ceilings, arched windows, wooden beams and expansive living ...

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A Private Park Atop Your Own Penthouse – 49 Murray Street

This Murray Street tri-level penthouse in the middle of Tribeca checks all the boxes.  In the opening sentence of the broker’s description, the words “unprecedented,” “spectacular,” and “exceptional” are used to describe this one-of-a-kind showplace.  Our personal opinion is that the broker was underselling it. Perched atop a mid-19th century Italianate loft building, this 4,600 square foot condo residence offers commanding space both inside and out.  Renovated in a streamlined contemporary ...

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Bold Reminder of Tribeca’s Past – 66 Leonard Street

The Textile Building at 66 Leonard Street sits prominently on the southeast corner of Leonard Street and Church Street, a bold reminder of Tribeca past.  Across the street, ever-looming over this turn-of-the-century limestone edifice, is the Jenga-like skyscraper, 56 Leonard Street, a marvel of modern engineering and a must-see on any downtown attraction list.  In no corner of the city could you find two more distinct buildings, yet each one ...

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