This sprawling 1,700-square-foot apartment takes up the entire fifth floor of 91 Franklin Street, a five-story, five-unit rental in Tribeca. Having the top-floor unit means the space is outfitted with skylights, as well as exposures to the north and south. Any renter ready to pay $6,250 a month will also get this pad fully furnished, which includes art from the owner’s extensive contemporary collection.
The main living area, which faces south, is decked out with high ceilings, wood floors and a big skylight. And there’s enough space to carve out separate living and dining areas.
The open, country-style kitchen, which has a walk-in pantry, sits next to a dining area. We love the decorative tile backsplash.
What’s currently being used as a den could also be transformed into a third bedroom. The master is located on the main floor, while two more lofted bedrooms overlook the living room below.
The master bedroom is lined with three–yes, three–walk-in closets. There’s a walk-in closet off one of the upstairs bedrooms, as well.
This prewar building is located right off Church Street, in the center of Tribeca. It’s a block away from the 1/2 trains at Franklin Street, and just a few blocks from the waterfront.
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran
Neighborhoods : Tribeca