Raad Studio left its touch on this two-bedroom Tribeca condo, from the 1920s building 39 White Street. A gut renovation from the New York design firm, which has stunning projects all over the city and is behind the Lowline proposal, left this lofty apartment with both custom design elements and 19th-century details intact. From a 300-bottle wine rack to a customized floor-to-ceiling door to the master suite, this $3.7 million apartment is worth gawking over.
Direct elevator access leads you into the bright great room, with tin ceilings soaring just above 11 feet. The lightly white-washed exposed brick was set against a wainscot created out of sheets of oxidized zinc, as well as pale oak floors. A gas fireplace keeps the sitting area cozy, while a media center was added to run parallel to built-in shelving made from walnut hardwood and blackened steel.
The open dining room features a custom 300-bottle wine rack made from terra cotta pipes. A windowed banquet provides a little extra seating by the table. The current owners passed on the chandelier and instead decided to feature a hanging fossil in this space.
The chef’s kitchen was custom designed with fancy Miele appliances that include a vented range hood. The center island is divided into a butcher’s block and Calcutta marble.
A custom, floor-to-ceiling door brings you into the master suite. Preserved details include the exposed beams and an intricate wall design consisting of reclaimed tin ceiling tiles. The pass-through dressing room then connects to the master bathroom with its own steam shower, deep soaking bubble bath tub, and radiant heated marble floors.
The second bedroom and a third windowed sleeping area were conjoined by a Jack and Jill bathroom. The listing doesn’t picture these extra rooms, but we’ve got a feeling they look just as chic as the rest of the apartment. Other perks inside include a powder room and washer/dryer set. As for location, this small Tribeca condo is located just a few blocks south of Canal Street and the 6 train at Canal and Lafayette.
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Photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Tribeca