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This luxury condominium building was built in 1900 and has 30 units, 6 floors and a doorman. The Loft apartments are gracious in size and have high end California kitchens and luxury baths. There is a super in this cast iron building and key card elevators, a landscaped garden and indoor parking and is wheelchair accessible. Some of the units also have central air conditioning.
Tribeca is one of those places that can enchant you right away. With smaller buildings, and many converted warehouses, Tribeca is quaint and has a very artsy feeling to it. Over the years many of the buildings have been converted to condominiums, allowing people to enjoy the high ceilings, exposed brick and fireplace that are common in Tribeca. In addition, many great restaurants like Nobu have sprouted up as well. The area is ideally located next to Soho and the Financial district and most transportation.
Ipe wood floors, central air conditioning, 11 foot ceilings, gourmet kitchens and high end baths. There is plenty of space to these lofts, with homes ranging from 1000 to 4600 square feet. there are walk in closets, laundry facilities, and luxury appliances like Sub Zero and Meile and Viking throughout the building depending on the apartment.