This large, three-bedroom, two-bathroom TriBeCa loft occupies the entire 8th Floor of a boutique condominium at 354 Broadway between Leonard and Franklin Streets. Flooded with light, this home features soaring 11.5’ ceiling heights, N, S, E, W exposures, and two large private, covered terraces.
The heart of the home is an enormous 24’ x 23’ living room that features a wood-burning fireplace encased in carrara marble and built-in custom bookcases. A floor-to-ceiling wall of glass drowns the living room with natural light and opens to the private, setback west facing terrace – ideal for indoor/outdoor living. The terrace overlooks Broadway and the surrounding iconic cast iron architecture.
The large, open, windowed kitchen -- complete with a large breakfast bar for casual dining -- is outfitted with a 42” Sub-Zero refrigerator, Thermador double wall oven, Bosch dishwasher, and a Viking 4 burner stovetop. For more formal dining, it is flanked by a massive dining area that is open to the Living Room.
Secluded at the eastern end of the home is the massive master bedroom suite. Again, a floor-to-ceiling wall of glass (with custom drapery) floods the space with light and opens to another large, private, covered terrace - this time facing east over Benson Place and being pin-drop quiet. The incredible 23’ x 15’ room boasts three exposures, floor-to-ceiling large closets, and built-in shelving. The windowed, five-fixture ensuite bathroom features a soaking jet tub, a stone tiled rain shower with multiple jets, a double pedestal vanity, and a TV hookup.
The windowed second and third bedrooms both feature that same dramatic ceiling height and share the large, windowed guest bathroom that is finished with Kohler chrome fixtures and features a Toto Washlet smart toilet. A long hallway leading to the bedrooms is lined with floor-to-ceiling custom cabinetry that provide an abundance of storage.
Other noteworthy features of this magnificent home includes a dual-zone central AC operated through a Nest system, a video intercom, keyed elevator access, recessed lighting throughout, and a large pantry and full laundry room with a vented, suburban size Samsung washer and dryer.
354 Broadway is also known as the D’Arte House Condominium. The six story building was originally constructed in 1908 and converted into a condominium in 1999 when six additional floors were newly built. Consisting of 12 residences, the building flawlessly mixes prewar charm with modern finishes making for a unique residential opportunity. D’Arte House features a distinctive architectural design with a pressed-tin cornice and an Italianate brick facade with cast-iron columns. Located in the heart of Tribeca and close to City Hall, the building offers downtown living at its finest. Close by are multiple transit lines, and some of the city’s best shopping and dining experiences. Building amenities include a doorman Monday - Friday from 7:30am - 9pm, video intercom system, keyed elevator, and a package room.