Beautiful brick archways frame this huge Tribeca loft, asking $6.5M

Posted On Tue, November 5, 2019 By

Posted On Tue, November 5, 2019 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Tribeca

Listing photos by Evan Joseph, courtesy of NestSeekers International

When 108-10 Franklin Street was built in Tribeca in 1861, it was two separate structures with a central party wall. Today, the building has been opened up, and what’s left is a unique co-op whose lofts display this party wall in a series of oversized brick archways. A sprawling four-bedroom unit at the address is currently on the market for $6.5 million, and in addition to this incredible architectural feature, the home has an outdoor terrace, a massive open living/dining space, a home gym/yoga studio, and an entire lower level that can be configured to the new owners’ needs.

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

The residence is a whopping 5,228-square-feet, with 12 total rooms. It has 12.5-foot ceilings and exposed brick walls throughout. On the main level, the archway delineates the main living area from a hallway off which are the bedrooms. In this entry foyer are two antique mahogany pocket doors that open to oversized closets.

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

The living area has a showstopping reclaimed fireplace, and the kitchen boasts two large pantry closets, custom shelving, a giant center island, and enough room for a dining table. All of the appliances are stainless steel and include a 60-inch Wolf stove, two convection ovens, a built-in microwave, dishwasher, under-cabinet wine cooler, and an infrared griddle/grill.

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

Spanning the width of this level is a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows that open to the 600-square-foot terrace. Perfectly positioned off the kitchen for indoor/outdoor entertaining, this half of the terrace is currently set up with a seating area and dining table. Adding to the charm is the rear brick wall of the building and a custom copper spandrel.

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

The other side of the terrace is off the master suite, which comes complete with a custom-built dressing room and a bathroom that has radiant heated floors, a soaking tub and a freestanding shower, and double sinks.

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

Also on this level is another bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and more archways, as well a full bath, a powder room, and a storage room that has access to the home’s second entrance.

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

110 Franklin Street, Tribeca loft

Downstairs, there are five more individual rooms. The largest is currently configured as another living/dining room, while others are set up as an office and a home gym. There’s also a laundry room with two washers, two dryers, and a utility sink.

[Listing: 110 Franklin Street, Apt. 1 by Ryan Serhant and Nicole Palermo of NestSeekers International]

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Listing photos by Evan Joseph, courtesy of NestSeekers International

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