Here’s a cool Tribeca loft rental in the Dietz Lantern Building, boasting original details like barrel-vaulted ceilings and exposed brick. This 2,100-square-foot two-bedroom has an interesting layout with access to the second bedroom from the master, and it’s available for $12,500 a month.
The bright living/dining room combination is lined with exposed brick walls and oversized windows facing south and east. This beautiful entertaining space has a wood-burning fireplace and plenty of space for your guests to move about. The open kitchen has a futuristic and yet retro vibe, with stone countertops and professional grade stainless steel appliances.
Back in the master suite, there are plenty of closets and storage. The renovated en suite bathroom has double sinks, a Jacuzzi tub, and a glass-enclosed shower. You can enter the second bedroom from either the living room or the master suite, a great option for parents with young kids, or anyone looking to use the second bedroom as an office.
The Dietz Lantern Building was originally built in 1887 by R. W. Tieffenberg. The pet-friendly boutique condominium has a full-time doorman and an underground garage. This unit comes with the option to buy two on-site parking spots.
[429 Greenwich Street #6B by Ceylan Brigham of Halstead Property]
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Photos courtesy of Halstead Property
Tags : 429 Greenwich Street, Dietz Lantern Building, original detail, R.W.Tieffenberg
Neighborhoods : Tribeca