Manhattan, New York, USA
Manhattan, New York, USA
A spacious 3 bedroom apartment in the TriBeCa Summit, an architectural masterpiece built in 1912 which has been converted into 62 luxury residences.Scroll down for more details
3 Bed | 3.5 Bath
A spacious 3 bedroom apartment in the TriBeCa Summit, an architectural masterpiece built in 1912 which has been converted into 62 luxury residences.
TriBeCa Summit is a landmark building in the TriBeCa district of Manhattan with apartments situated around two extraordinary Thomas Balsley designed interior atriums. You enter this apartment into a grand 50ft glass walled gallery overlooking one of the atriums. This leads to a sun filled Great Room with a dining and living area and oversized windows taking advantage of the apartment's southern exposure giving sunshine throughout the day. Ceiling heights throughout this apartment exceed 12'6''.
All three bedrooms are en suite. The open plan Bulthaup kitchen, with Viking and Subzero appliances, opens to a second informal living room which could easily be converted into a fourth bedroom with en suite bathroom..
The apartment measures 2,693 sq ft and features a Lutron lighting package and a state of the art Crestron AV system in every room.
TriBeCa Summit is a full service condominium building. Amenities include 24/7 concierge services, on site resident manager, play room, fitness centre, a landscaped roof deck, attended garage and bicycle storage.
The building is located in the North TriBeCa historic district within a couple of blocks of the fabulous Hudson River Park, Pier 25 and the wonderful neighbourhood restaurants for which Tribeca is famous.
TriBeCa is a combination of industrial sensibility and simple sophistication. While the renovated lofts and luxury buildings are a celebrity favourite, Tribeca is far from stuffy; downtown cool is a part of the fabric of this spacious and chic neighbourhood.Read full details
New York City overview
Vibrant, exciting and bursting with brash attitude, New York is one of the world’s favourite cities, a place where anything seems possible and simply walking a few blocks becomes an exhilarating experience.
With space in seriously short supply New York developers are eyeing the sky, building ever higher and often slimmer towers to house the never-ending demand for their city. There are also low-level options though including the charming architecture of Brooklyn that lies across the East River from Manhattan or among the brownstones of The West Village.
Tribeca, the Triangle Below Canal, has gone from a wasteland of warehouses populated by edgy artists to one of the most sought after addresses in Manhattan. The Lower Manhattan neighbourhood has some seriously stylish residents who love their loft-style living and hip image, reinforced by celebrity residents including singer Taylor Swift and Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep. Tribeca hosts an annual film festival established by Robert de Niro in 2002.
Tribeca offers cobbled streets, great cafes and shops, a good community vibe and a view over the Hudson to New Jersey.
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