For $3.1M, an authentic condo loft in a Tribeca landmark
With its Corinthian columns and soaring tin ceilings, this Tribeca apartment checks all the boxes of a classic industrial loft. Located at 79 Worth Street within the landmarked Tribeca Lofts condominium, the two-bedroom, two-bath home measures a little over 1,900 square feet, with its generous open layout allowing for maximum flexibility. The condo loft is now on the market for $3,100,000.
As with any authentic loft, the 22-foot by 36-foot living space takes center stage. The home’s original architectural elements are on full display, with the eye drawn from the historic cast iron columns up to the 11-foot ceilings. There’s enough room here for both a formal dining set up on one side and a more casual one on the other.
Where the apartment is totally modern is the chef’s kitchen, which is well-equipped with all the best appliances, including a BlueStar oven, Miele dishwasher, and Sub-Zero refrigerator. The custom white oak bar that surrounds the marble countertop stands out against the tasteful white cabinetry. Right next to the kitchen is a built-in bookshelf and a large pantry with a 140-bottle wine fridge.
The split layout provides the ultimate privacy, with each bedroom found on either side of the living and dining space. Through yellow double doors, the primary suite is decently spacious and includes a huge dressing room with a marble vanity and an en-suite bath decked out with Carrera marble.
The second bedroom has two closets and its own full bathroom. Other perks of this pad include central air-conditioning, an in-unit washer/dryer, and a storage unit.
In the heart of the neighborhood, the Tribeca Lofts are comprised of three restored, landmarked buildings: 79 Worth Street, 78 Leonard Street, and 80 Leonard Street. The building at 79 Worth Street was built in 1920 and converted to apartments in 1998.
[Listing details: 79 Worth Street, #4R]