For $2.8M, a sustainable Tribeca loft with wall tiles made of recycled car parts

Posted On Fri, February 2, 2018 By

Posted On Fri, February 2, 2018 By In Cool Listings, Green Design, Interiors, Tribeca

Even at first glance this architect-designed loft in Tribeca’s City Hall Tower at 258 Broadway seems to have all the best elements of downtown loft living: Beneath 14-foot ceilings, walls of windows wrap the space for views of City Hall Park and the neighborhood below, and a mezzanine level offers more sleeping and living room. But this $2.8 million co-op’s secret superpower is sustainability, from walls of recycled post-industrial denim insulation and sound isolation to 100 percent VOC-free YOLO paint.

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On the home’s main level, the living space is divided into three distinct areas including a formal dining and sitting area and a cozy den clad in reclaimed American chestnut.

258 broadway, cool listings, tribeca, lofts

258 broadway, cool listings, tribeca, lofts

258 broadway, cool listings, tribeca, lofts

The open kitchen features an Ice Stone (100 percent recycled glass) countertop and energy-efficient appliances from Sub-Zer, Wolf and GE. Water is triple-filtered.

258 broadway, cool listings, tribeca, lofts

258 broadway, cool listings, tribeca, lofts

Just behind the den, a guest bedroom offers park views. An office/sitting area is tucked just above this room.

258 broadway, cool listings, tribeca, lofts

258 broadway, cool listings, tribeca, lofts

258 broadway, cool listings, tribeca, lofts

Upstairs on the loft level is the spacious master sleeping area with a walk-in closet.  An en-suite bath features wall tiles made from recycled aluminum car parts from Mexico, with natural limestone flooring. A modern home office with PaperStone work surfaces and FSC-certified plywood substrate shelving offers views out over the loft and the park. Luxury isn’t forgotten: Throughout are refinished original wood floors and  ironwork railings, plus an additional full bathroom, an oversized walk-in closet and a washer and dryer.

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258 Broadway was built in 1897 and now contains 44 residences. The building offers a live-in super, private locked storage, bike room, a card operated laundry room and video security.

[Listing: 258 Broadway #2A by Kyle W. Blackmon and Dominic Paolillo for Compass]

[At CityRealty]

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Images courtesy of Compass.

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