, Tue, September 27, 2022
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This crisp, contemporary condo at 7 Harrison Street may not immediately call to mind the building’s beginnings as a cold-storage warehouse, but AD100 architect Steven Harris has transformed this three-bedroom home, now asking $5,500,000, into a residence as striking as many of its neighbors on the classic Tribeca loft block. The architect kept the space elegantly functional as well as colorful by adding considered features like invisible light switches, integrated Sonos speakers, multi-zone central air, and electronic Lutron window shades.
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, Wed, September 14, 2022
All images courtesy of Mark Zhelezoglo for Hall des Lumières
A new permanent museum dedicated to immersive digital art experiences opened inside a New York City landmark on Wednesday. Located in Tribeca at 49 Chambers Street, Hall des Lumières sits within the former Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank, which was constructed in 1911 in a Beaux-Arts architectural style. The museum’s inaugural exhibition, Gustav Klimt: Gold in Motion, will feature animated projections of paintings by the famous Viennese painter across the former bank hall’s marble walls and columns. The exhibition also includes a presentation about the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank’s history and original design.
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All photos courtesy of Eitan Gamliely for Sotheby’s International Realty
After nearly a decade on the market, a Tribeca home that has its own skybridge has sold for $24,000,000 in an off-market sale. The unusual listing included a townhouse at 9 Jay Street and a separate loft condo at 67 Hudson Street, connected by the famed footbridge suspended over Staple Street. The deal sets a new record for the highest per square foot sale for a townhouse in the neighborhood.
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In Tribeca, a two-level penthouse that is the combination of two units has hit the market. Located at 366 Broadway in the landmarked Collect Pond House co-op building, the expansive apartment has four bedrooms and four baths and is topped by a 1,000-square-foot landscaped rooftop. The home also has a celebrity connection; actress Sarah Jessica Parker once owned one of the units pre-combination. The duplex co-op is now available for $5,850,000.
Photos courtesy of Max Guliani for Hudson River Park
A new man-made underwater habitat with 20 million juvenile oysters was installed along the northern shore of Gansevoort Peninsula in the Hudson River this week. As part of a major project to restore and protect Hudson River Park’s 400-acre Estuarine Sanctuary, the reef-like system includes hundreds of submerged “reef balls” and “gabions” seeded with baby oysters. Ultimately, the project aims to create an oyster reef complex, improve habitats for organisms found in the river, and help mitigate the effect of storm surges.
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Photo credit: Evan Joseph/Scott Wintrow for Sotheby’s International Realty
From the library to the rooftop sunroom and private terrace with dazzling Hudson River views, loft lovers won’t want to change a thing in this perfect penthouse at 288 West Street. As 6sqft previously reported, actress Jennifer Connelly and British actor Paul Bettany bought the four-bedroom penthouse in celebrity-magnet Tribeca for just under $7,000,000 in 2008. Four years later the couple reportedly sold the home in an off-market sale for $8,495,000 when they decamped for the brownstones of Brooklyn. The 4,000-square-foot penthouse loft is back on the market, asking $12,000,000.
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For anyone who dreams of loft living but wants modern condo convenience and privacy, this freshly renovated Tribeca loft in the Sugar Warehouse at 79 Laight Street should hit a sweet spot. For $3,995,000 you get a private elevator landing, three well-distanced bedrooms, a huge entertaining space, and sparkling new finishes in an authentic, historic loft frame.
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Asking $4,250,000, this duplex condo at 55 Vestry Street is a classic Tribeca loft with outdoor space on two floors and a flexible floor plan–if you’re willing to do a bit of work. Although it’s currently configured as a one-bedroom, the 2,029-square-foot loft was originally a spacious three-bedroom apartment; it can be easily returned to that layout using the already-existing floor plans.
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443 Greenwich; Photo by Jim.henderson on Wikimedia
According to city records, Justin Timberlake has sold his 5,400-square-foot condo at 443 Greenwich Street for $29 million in an off-market sale at the end of December, the Wall Street Journal reports. Timberlake and wife Jessica Biel purchased the unit atop the celebrity-packed building in 2017 for $20.2 million.
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Photo credit: Max Guliani/Hudson River Park
The Tribeca Habitat Enhancement Project announced it has completed what has been the largest habitat enhancement project to date, and the first large-scale restoration initiative in Hudson River Park’s 400-acre Estuarine Sanctuary between Pier 26 and Pier 34. A key indicator of the project’s success: the installation of 11.2 million juvenile oysters to help support marine life in the Hudson River.
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