55 North Moore Street

Cool Listings, Interiors, Tribeca

55 North Moore Street, Nestseekers, Tribeca lofts, NYC industrial lofts, skylights

The adjectives “cavernous” and “airy” don’t usually go together, but a gut renovation at this Tribeca loft created an industrial-chic space that manages to feel bright and open while retaining its dark, underground moodiness. Located at the 19th century building 55 North Moore Street, the two-bedroom home boasts historic details like exposed wood ceilings, brick walls, and steel columns, along with more modern touches such as the amazing skylight made of frosted glass blocks.

The loft last sold in 2004 for $1.78 million, and after the reno, the owners thought they could pick up a cool $10.6 million last year. The price has now dropped significantly to $4.5 million, however.

Take a look around this incredible home

Cool Listings, Interiors, Tribeca

55 North Moore Street, Tribeca

Located at 55 North Moore Street, in a prewar building dating to the 1800’s on one of the most charming cobblestone streets in the heart of Tribeca, and impeccably renovated in 2007, this gorgeous four-bedroom penthouse boasts the kind of quintessential old-world charm that will never go out of style. An abundance of exposed brick walls (we can’t get enough of them), elegant white tin ceilings (truly exquisite), and original wood beams, columns, and ceiling rafters (gorgeously rustic) immediately set a cozy and welcoming tone.

See how 19th-century charm merged with 21st-century finishes in this penthouse