30 Warren has announced the launch of Tribeca Select, a new program customized exclusively for the projects residents that brings the best of Tribeca inside of the condo’s amenity spaces and right to the residents' front doors.
30 Warren, a boutique luxury condominium in Tribeca, has released a sneak peek of its precast concrete facade, an ambitious design crafted by Francois Lininger of French firm Post-Office Architects. Francois's modern twist on the cast iron and stone aesthetic of Tribeca, and the work that went into creating this look with over 70 different molds from corrugated cardboard.
A lavish duplex penthouse residence which occupies the entirety of the top two (32nd and 33rd) floors of One Hundred Barclay in Tribeca, the world’s first Art Deco skyscraper designed by Ralph Walker, has hit the market for $39,950,000.
Unit 11N at the ultra-luxurious 70 Vestry, where just 5 residences remain for sale, has hit the market for $28.5 million. The 5,003 SF unit is spread over four-to-six bedrooms depending on the buyers preference with 149 SF of outdoor space.
DDG has revealed new images of the recently completed facade of 100 Franklin, their new Tribeca condo project merging old and new. 100 Franklin Street continues DDG’s longstanding commitment to traditional craftsmanship and demonstrates how a modern building can be created within a historic district.
The final full floor penthouse located in the crown of 56 Leonard has been revealed. Located over 700’ in the sky, Penthouse 57, which is listed for $29.5 million is now fully furnished by Jane Saidenberg of studio D, the boutique bi-coastal home staging and interior design firm.
One Hundred Barclay Street in Tribeca, the world's first Art Deco skyscraper by Ralph Walker, has unveiled a luxurious model residence designed by esteemed Australian designer Timothy Godbold. Timothy brings a fashionable aesthetic to Residence 24A which is on the market for $6.55 million.
Downtown Manhattan's tallest condominium tower, 30 Park Place Four Seasons Private Residences, has just unveiled its last half floor Penthouse which is asking $16.45 million. The project, which is over 90% sold, was designed by Robert A.M. Stern as a timeless, pre-war design.
DDG has unveiled their new project, 100 Franklin, located in Tribeca. the architecturally-distinct building is the perfect balance of old and new, with a handmade brick façade and 10 expansive full-floor homes.
30 Park Place Four Seasons Downtown New York has revealed the highest-terraced penthouse in New York City. The 82nd floor penthouse, which is furnished by IMG, is perched 870' above the Manhattan streets and crowns the top of the Robert A.M. Stern-designed tower.
The Post-Office Architectes-designed 30 Warren has officially topped off in Tribeca at a height of 12-stories. A major milestone for the thoughtfully designed building, 30 Warren is introducing a modern aesthetic to the sought-after neighborhood with its custom-crafted architectural concrete facade.
Home to stars such as Jake Gyllenhaal, Meg Ryan, Harry Styles and Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel, 443 Greenwich is no stranger to being in the news. Now, a penthouse asking $58 million has gone under contract at the "paparazzi proof" building, depending on the closing price it could be the most expensive apartment ever sold in Downtown.
Just months after revealing the $110 million penthouse atop Woolworth Tower Residence, Alchemy Properties has released a new full-floor spread designed by internationally acclaimed interior designer Cheryl Eisen of Interior Markeing Group. Residence 40A, asking $21.325 million, is spread over 4 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms and 2 half bathrooms.
Tribeca will soon have a new modern, boutique condo on the block as the Post-Office Architectes-designed 30 Warren is currently approaching top-off. In anticipation of completion the developers, Cape Advisors, have released new listings through Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, who is exclusively handling sales and marketing for the project.
DDG has released never-before-seen time-lapse videos of its two newly-completed, avant-garde luxury condominiums, XOCO 325 and 12 Warren. Situated in Downtown Manhattan, both buildings offer a contrast to the glass and steel towers popping up across the city. Closings have commenced for both buildings
Large, penthouse residence crowning the tops of buildings in the hot Tribeca neighborhood are a rare offering when the come to the market, and the Penthouse at the Morris Adjmi-designed 403 Greenwich Street is truly a residence of desire.
The Penthouse at One Hundred Barclay, the world's first Art Deco skyscraper which has undergone a condo conversion, has just hit the market for $59 million in TriBeCa. The Penthouse spans roughly 14,500 SF sitting atop the 32nd and 33rd floors.
Designed to elevate the residents quality of life with scale, views and light, the Penthouse at 60 White represents a custom designed, two full-floor spread complete with a rooftop terrace in the boutique condo building. The residence features 5 en-suite bedrooms for 5 full baths and an additional 3 powder rooms.
Trans World Equities has submitted a revised plan for 312-322 Canal Street in TriBeCa after the initial design was rejected by the Landmarks Preservation Commission for being too bland. Both plans were designed by Paul A. Castrucci Architect and the updated design is pending approval.
Located at 67 Franklin Street in Tribeca's Cast Iron House, Residence 6A is an expansive corner duplex residence in one of New York’s quintessential examples of 19th- century cast-iron architecture from 1881. The residence is spread over 4,250 SF featuring 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.
Eve Robinson Associates. led by acclaimed designer Eve Robinson, left nothing to be imagined with their design for unit 38B in the Woolworth Tower Residences, located at 2 Park Place. The residence, which was asking $7,850,000 just went under contract, listed by Stan Ponte and Joshua Judge of Sotheby’s International Realty.
Caspi Development, Mactaggart Family & Partners, and Barone Management have finally broken ground on the long delayed 456 Greenwich Street hotel development in TriBeCa. The hotel will rise 8-stories, 110', and was designed by Stephen B. Jacobs with interiors by Martin Brudnizki.
There are few places as luxurious and spacious in Manhattan as the crown jewel penthouse at 11 North Moore. The residence spans an entire full city block of TriBeCa totaling over 7,061 SF of interior living area matched with 3,168 SF of exterior space.
Check-Out this truly unique, modern, megamansion located at 2 North Moore Street in TriBeCa. The residence sits 65' of frontage on a corner lot and rises 6-stories. The residence covers 11,300 SF of living space complete with 6 bedrooms and and 7 full-bathrooms.
Tectonic has released new photos of the Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed 111 Murray Street, which is under development by Fisher Brothers, Witkoff Group and New Valley in Tribeca. The residential tower topped-out in August 2017 and rises 58-stories, 800'. The final pieces of the glass crown is now being installed as the tower powers toward completion, which is expected for next year.
DDG has unveiled their new head turning 12 Warren, a throwback to and celebration of craftsmanship and masonry in Tribeca. DDG both designed and developed the building which features a locally sourced, hand-laid Bluestone façade.
Step inside the penthouse at the Morris Adjmi-designed 403 Greenwich Street, which is currently listed for $12,500,000. The penthouse, which sits atop the residential building and encompasses 5-bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms and over 4,167 SF of interior space, is rarely available in Tribeca.