NEWLY REDUCED! Great opportunity - bring offers! Rarely available renovated historic Tribeca loft! This high floor 3-bedroom/3-bathroom 1,800 sq ft loft in a 19th-century Renaissance Revival building is flooded with natural light, and offers a rare 3 exposures (North, South, West) through 11 oversized windows. An open kitchen/living/dining room, original maple wood flooring, and 10-ft. barrel-vaulted ceilings are among the many pre-war details that bring out the charm of old Tribeca. The custom built-in open kitchen is designed for the serious chef: 8-burner Bluestar range top, two French-door wall ovens, a 14-ft island of Calacatta Gold marble, Miele refrigerator/dishwasher, custom cherry-wood cabinetry, and a huge walk-in pantry with a mini-refrigerator and space for kitchen appliances/dry goods/wine - the ideal setup for serious entertainers. The large master bedroom comes with an en suite marble bathroom with custom teak vanity. Central A/C, custom lighting, soaking tub, a washer/dryer in the apartment, and plenty of storage space complete the package. Finally, the building has a magnificent roof deck with expansive 360-degree views, a 60-inch Viking gas grill, refrigerator, ample tables/chairs/lounge seats, and an outdoor shower. Situated one block from all major subway lines and Citibike in a relaxed and flexible co-op. Please note some photos show previous furniture.
Tribeca (Triangle-Below-Canal) extends south of Canal Street, down to Barclay Street, between Broadway and the Hudson River. The area is made up of lofts, once used for light manufacturing and warehouses, that have slowly been converted into luxury rental and loft condo buildings. TriBeCa boasts some famous residents such as Harvey Keitel, Robert De Niro and Mariah Carey. Tribeca has many high-priced, fashionable restaurants and clubs as well as its share of avant-garde clothing, design shops and galleries. Every top restaurant in town can be found here. Tribeca is safe, has great schools, and is situated a mere 15 minutes from Midtown.
With the recent unprecedented rate cut by the Federal Reserve, banks have been inundated with people looking to take advantage of lower interest rates. Because of the overwhelming demand, we have not yet seen a huge reduction in mortgage rates. While we aren’t there yet, it is likely that we will see a dramatic shift in the upcoming months, which raises the question, “What does a 1 point difference in interest rate do for my bottom line?”Read more