Impressive views of 1 WTC from this $3.6M Tribeca loft apartment

Posted On Fri, February 17, 2017 By

Posted On Fri, February 17, 2017 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Tribeca

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.

[Listing: 112 Franklin Street, #2 by Philip McCarthy for Sotheby’s]


Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s

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Neighborhoods : Tribeca



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