The Historic Worth Building Gets a Few New Residents

Posted On Tue, May 20, 2014 By

Posted On Tue, May 20, 2014 By In Interiors, Manhattan, Recent Sales, Tribeca

New York socialites Avi and Savar Leigh just became the proud owners of apartment #5D at 73 Worth Street. As of May 19th, the Strategies of Wealth financial planner and her businessman husband put down $2.8 million to become the new residents of the Worth Building in Tribeca’s Historic District.

Their gorgeous new 1,925 square-foot loft, listed by Danny Davis of Town Residential, features solid oak floors and large windows throughout. There’s a large great room situated perfectly for entertaining, and an eat-in kitchen with custom cherry wood cabinets, black granite countertops and the stainless top-of-the-line Subzero refrigerator that has become an essential to any chef’s kitchen.

73 Worth St kitchen

The marble master en suite is fitted with a soaking tub that will make you melt. But before you break out the wine and candles, take a trip to the second bedroom and step out onto the 130-square-foot balcony.

73 Worth St bath

Living up to the reputation of its district, the Worth Building is rich with history, once serving as the office for Augustus D. Juilliard. Sound familiar? Augustus was the businessman responsible for funding Lincoln Center’s famous Juilliard School for the arts. The building was converted to condominiums in 2002 by architects Anthony Morali and Michael Gadaleta. The 7-floor building now houses 30 apartments, all of which are as beautiful as this gem.

The Savars will find that their new home is a great place to raise their daughter, as they’re right near the Hudson River Park and the new Pier 25, a family-friendly destination with tons of activities including mini-golf, an art shack, and a healthy snack bar.

Check out more photos of the gorgeous loft in our gallery.

[Listing: 73 Worth Street #5D via Town Residential]


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Neighborhoods : Tribeca



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