This Tribeca apartment will remind you of the artist lofts that once proliferated New York, but will also serve a jolt back to reality when it comes to the city’s ever-growing real estate prices. The full-floor pad at 60 Thomas Street sold in 2004 for $1.255 million, in 2007 for $1.795 million, and is now on the market asking $2.995 million. A keyed elevator entrance opens up to details like tin ceilings, a steel fire door, and exposed brick. The massive space also manages to fit four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a media room, office, and full-sized laundry room.
The elevator brings you into the massive, open living, dining and kitchen space. There are wood floors throughout and high ceilings still lined with exposed pipes.
The kitchen separates the private spaces, like bedrooms, from the more public, open end of the apartment. It’s been renovated with open shelving and a nice big breakfast bar.
Pocket doors lead to the bedrooms, two of which can fit king sized beds.
The master bedroom, located behind a frosted glass divider, spans the full apartment. The big space takes advantage of four huge windows and is large enough to hold a walk-in closet.
The three smaller bedrooms are located on the other end of the apartment, as well as a cozy media room. As the floor plan shows, you can fit a lot of rooms into 2,000 square feet! You’re not just paying for all those rooms, you’re paying for location–this apartment is located between West Broadway and Church Street, basically in prime Tribeca. You’ve got all the bars and restaurants you might need nearby, plus the 1/2/3 trains at the Chambers Street station.
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Neighborhoods : Tribeca