$2.8M Tribeca Pad Will Remind You Why You Love Lofts
The big open rooms, tall ceilings, warm exposed brick and ductwork, private elevator entry and solid-walled prewar construction in this two-bedroom, 1,800-square-foot Tribeca co-op at 36 North Moore Street provide a refresher course in loft love. And while the loft details are hard to miss, the apartment, listed at $2.8 million, has been renovated for comfort and luxury with new fixtures, central A/C and new walnut floors.
Entry to the building is via a very loft-like raised loading dock lobby; a private keyed elevator opens directly into this large open loft. A huge living room has ten-foot ceilings and big loft windows overlooking North Moore Street.
The apartment’s brand-new renovation maintains the loft aesthetic with exposed brick on exterior walls and exposed air ductwork. An open-plan chef’s kitchen is ready for entertaining with a 36-inch Sub-Zero refrigerator and a central island with a wine fridge and custom wood cabinetry. A separate media room behind the kitchen functions as a perfect casual dining and entertaining space as well.
A large interior room with collapsible walls that allow you to open the space when needed can fill in as a home office, third bedroom or fashionista’s dream closet.
A large master bedroom boasts three closets and an en-suite bath with a Toto toilet and deep soaking tub. A second bedroom and bath can be found nearby off the hallway. There’s also a laundry room and lots of closet space, plus a private storage unit in the basement.
This boutique residential co-op conversion of a 1910 commercial warehouse building holds just 14 apartments and has two elevators for hassle-free Tribeca loft living.
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