A massive wall of windows anchors this artsy Tribeca loft, complete with high ceilings, exposed brick walls and Corinthian columns. It’s located at 6 Varick Street, a condo conversion with no shortage of distinct loft apartments. After being on the market last year, asking $1.695 million and not selling, this pad is trying its luck with the higher price tag of $1.8 million. The next buyer will have free range across 1,079 square feet of open apartment.
6 Varick Street
When you tell them you live in a loft, this sprawling specimen is pretty much what you’d hope to be describing. For a mere $7,500 a month, this newly-renovated picture of loft living at 6 Varick Street (known for its authentic-but-updated lofts), where Tribeca is arguably at its most Tribecan–if not its most quiet–even comes with art supplies, or at least a place to store them.
The great room in this live/work Tribeca loft, at 6 Varick Street, is the epitome of “sprawling.” Spanning 1,418 square feet, it fits a kitchen, living room and dining area with space to boot. A bedroom has been carved into the corner, separated by shelving and a curtain. And the whole thing benefits from loft details like exposed wooden beams, white painted brick walls, hardwood floors and huge windows. All that space is now on the market for $2.5 million, after previously going up for rent two years ago.
Prospective renters looking to experience quintessential New York loft living will love this furnished artist’s loft at 6 Varick Street in Tribeca. The open space features 12-foot ceilings with exposed beams and Corinthian columns. The exposed brick walls and hardwood floors have been freshly whitewashed, and new, oversized windows offer views from the south and the east.