408 Greenwich Street, New York, New York, 10013

408 Greenwich Street Apt: 6
New York NY 10013

Cross street:Hubert Street

Building

Type:Loft
Era:Pre-war
Floors:9

Property

Ownership: Condo
Rooms: 7
Bedrooms: 4 BR
Bathrooms: 4
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Price: $11,950,000
Common charges: $3,265
Real estate tax: $5,050
Financing Allowed: 90%
Minimum down: $1,195,000
594 Broadway, New York, NY 10012, USA
Courtesy of Compass

Description

Truly one of the most unique and luxurious spaces to come to market in Tribeca, the sixth floor of 408 Greenwich Street is now offered for its lucky new owner. The loft is the result of a gut-to-the-studs renovation, completed by Voorsanger Architects, one of only a handful of individual projects the acclaimed firm has ever completed. Enter into the apartment via key-locked elevator, and you immediately take note of the level of care and attention that went into the renovation. Each and every material used is of the highest quality, and the precision of design is unparalleled in the market today. The elevator opens into a foyer, clad in a long, textured limestone wall with tilts and angles, wrapping around the edge of the entry area and opening to full reveal of the massive corner living room. The limestone covers the entire living room wall, with a deep-set gas fireplace in the center. This room enjoys the characteristic, oversized arched windows of 408 Greenwich, with southeastern corner light and views, including all of downtown Manhattan. The limestone even extends to the window sills, custom created at the base of the windows. Hidden in the ceiling is a retractable television, which hides away seamlessly when not being used. Throughout the entire home, the floors are Wenge. The kitchen is open-plan and with an ice-white Corian countertop and appliances by Gaggenau, including a full size vented range, Sub-Zero, and fixtures by Boffi. A large pantry is located off of the kitchen with a Eurocave professional wine refrigerator and tons of additional storage. On the northeastern corner of the loft are two en-suite bedrooms, with one being used as a custom home office and the other a guest room. The office has a built-in desk that is a slab of steel coated in white enamel, attached to steel beams in the wall. The large guest room has the ultimate privacy and custom closets. Also in this area of the home is a series of storage closets, and a full-sized laundry room with additional storage. The primary suite is located on the southwestern corner of the home, and the room was enlarged by the current owner, combining two rooms to create a sumptuous suite. There is acid-treated metal on the wall behind the primary bed, creating a gorgeous undulating feature, a piece of art that will remain in the home. Another retractable television is hidden in the ceiling. The primary bath is fully outfitted by Boffi, with travertine mable in soft earth tones on the walls and extra-long, double sink counter. An enormous walk-in closet that has been fully customized completes the enviable primary bedroom. The fourth bedroom has been renovated to be an in-home gym, with a full set of weights and machines. The room has an en-suite bath with a steam shower and heated floors, as well. In addition to the custom materials sourced for the home, all of the furniture in the loft is custom, designed by Voorsanger Architects and crafted by Paolo Cassina. The furniture echoes the angular motif throughout the home, and can be offered in the sale as well. The home also enjoys full smart-home automation, built-in sound system and custom lighting, custom automatic shades throughout, and multi-zoned central air conditioning and heating. 408 Greenwich Street is a new construction building that was completed in 2008 and consists of nine residences. The Landmarks Commission referred to the building as "a terrific modern application to the scale and character of the neighborhood."

Amenities

Bike Room; Roof Deck; Private Storage;

  • Washer Dryer Hookups
  • Elevator
  • Keyed Elevator
  • Roof Deck
  • Virtual Doorman

Neighborhood

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Truly one of the most unique and luxurious spaces to come to market in Tribeca, the sixth floor of 408 Greenwich Street is now offered for its lucky new owner.

Description

Truly one of the most unique and luxurious spaces to come to market in Tribeca, the sixth floor of 408 Greenwich Street is now offered for its lucky new owner. The loft is the result of a gut-to-the-studs renovation, completed by Voorsanger Architects, one of only a handful of individual projects the acclaimed firm has ever completed. Enter into the apartment via key-locked elevator, and you immediately take note of the level of care and attention that went into the renovation. Each and every material used is of the highest quality, and the precision of design is unparalleled in the market today. The elevator opens into a foyer, clad in a long, textured limestone wall with tilts and angles, wrapping around the edge of the entry area and opening to full reveal of the massive corner living room. The limestone covers the entire living room wall, with a deep-set gas fireplace in the center. This room enjoys the characteristic, oversized arched windows of 408 Greenwich, with southeastern corner light and views, including all of downtown Manhattan. The limestone even extends to the window sills, custom created at the base of the windows. Hidden in the ceiling is a retractable television, which hides away seamlessly when not being used. Throughout the entire home, the floors are Wenge. The kitchen is open-plan and with an ice-white Corian countertop and appliances by Gaggenau, including a full size vented range, Sub-Zero, and fixtures by Boffi. A large pantry is located off of the kitchen with a Eurocave professional wine refrigerator and tons of additional storage. On the northeastern corner of the loft are two en-suite bedrooms, with one being used as a custom home office and the other a guest room. The office has a built-in desk that is a slab of steel coated in white enamel, attached to steel beams in the wall. The large guest room has the ultimate privacy and custom closets. Also in this area of the home is a series of storage closets, and a full-sized laundry room with additional storage. The primary suite is located on the southwestern corner of the home, and the room was enlarged by the current owner, combining two rooms to create a sumptuous suite. There is acid-treated metal on the wall behind the primary bed, creating a gorgeous undulating feature, a piece of art that will remain in the home. Another retractable television is hidden in the ceiling. The primary bath is fully outfitted by Boffi, with travertine mable in soft earth tones on the walls and extra-long, double sink counter. An enormous walk-in closet that has been fully customized completes the enviable primary bedroom. The fourth bedroom has been renovated to be an in-home gym, with a full set of weights and machines. The room has an en-suite bath with a steam shower and heated floors, as well. In addition to the custom materials sourced for the home, all of the furniture in the loft is custom, designed by Voorsanger Architects and crafted by Paolo Cassina. The furniture echoes the angular motif throughout the home, and can be offered in the sale as well. The home also enjoys full smart-home automation, built-in sound system and custom lighting, custom automatic shades throughout, and multi-zoned central air conditioning and heating. 408 Greenwich Street is a new construction building that was completed in 2008 and consists of nine residences. The Landmarks Commission referred to the building as "a terrific modern application to the scale and character of the neighborhood."

Amenities

Bike Room; Roof Deck; Private Storage;

  • Washer Dryer Hookups
  • Elevator
  • Keyed Elevator
  • Roof Deck
  • Virtual Doorman

Neighborhood

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