A charming two-bedroom unit at Duane Park Lofts in Tribeca is back on the market, asking $2.095 million. This return marks the second price drop for the pad, which initially asked $2.5 million. The 1,350-square-foot loft has a floor plan that makes the most of its eastern exposures. Unfortunately that means the second bedroom is a windowless interior space, but quintessential loft features, a prime location and room for a second bathroom make this space worth a look.
Enter to find high ceilings, hardwood floors, exposed brick, and a wall of oversized eastern-facing windows. Steel pillars and wood beams divide the open living space into a sun-filled living room and dining room. An open kitchen with high-end appliances and granite countertops faces the living space, creating a perfect flow for entertaining.
The master bedroom is right next to the living room, also benefitting from the light of the eastern exposures. Adjacent to the room is a renovated bathroom. Then, on the other side of the living space, a second, interior bedroom makes up for its shortcomings with an enticing walk-in closet. The apartment’s spacious layout includes a washer and dryer and room for a second bath.
Duane Park Lofts is a prominent Romanesque Revival-style warehouse with a distinctive red brick façade, situated directly across the street from Duane Park. It was designed by Stephen Decatur Hatch in 1880, and boasts recessed arched windows, which were formerly used as loading bays. Residents of the handsome building enjoy key-locked elevator access, a newly renovated roof deck, a bike room, and the option for additional basement storage, along with the convenience of living right in the heart of Tribeca with restaurants, shopping, and recreation close by. No word on whether the Ali painting comes with the sale.
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Neighborhoods : Tribeca