The living room of this Tribeca loft offers–through big, south-facing windows–impressive views over Lower Manhattan and One World Trade Center. The apartment, located at the condop building 112 Franklin Street, also boasts its own key-locked elevator entrance, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, all under 15-foot ceilings.
The elevator opens right into the open living room, which is framed by those south-facing windows. The high, tin ceilings, which have been decked out with custom lighting, offer a nice canvas to hang artwork. The listing boasts that the apartment has “gallery-sized walls, and gallery-quality lighting.”
The living room opens up to a dining area and kitchen, which has been renovated with high-end fixtures. A screen provides a little distinction between the dining and kitchen spaces.
This alcove, decked out with built-in shelving, looks good with the tin ceilings, exposed brick and maple floors.
Both bedrooms are located on the opposite side of the living room, and the master has a fancy bathroom with a steam shower, jet tub, double vanity and towel warmers. There’s also an extra lofted area, not pictured in the listing, as well as a landscaped roof deck that this apartment shares with two of its neighbors.
112 Franklin Street, built in 1867, only holds four condop units–the listing says the building comes with condo-like rules and a condo-like application. It is located just west of Church Street in Tribeca, and a block away from the 1 train at Franklin Street.
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Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s
Neighborhoods : Tribeca