TriBeCa – Massive 14 Windowed Loft
A rare opportunity to own this North TriBeCa classic loft, complete with exposed brick, wood beams and columns! For the first time in 40 years, this 5th floor architect's dream with high ceilings, three exposures, and great light from 14 over-sized windows is available for purchase. At approximately 2,500 s.f., the loft is currently configured as a three bedroom. However, it's L-shape offers endless reconfiguration opportunity measuring, at front, 25' wide by 75' deep, and then turns for another run of open space measuring 53' wide x 23' deep. Make your dream a reality and come see this truly unique space, located in a boutique co-op with a quintessentially TriBeCa history.
474 Greenwich Street was built in 1893. It has had many lives and purposes, including sail manufacturing, spice warehouse, and art gallery, but was most notably referred to as The Ranch. In the 70's and 80's, The Ranch was home to several up-and-coming punk rock bands, artists, and poets. The energy of the bands and the open and accepting atmosphere attracted many visitors and fans alike, including a very young Jean Michel Basquiat who used to sit on the edge of the stage during rehearsals.
474 Greenwich is a well-maintained co-op with excellent financials, and a beautiful, furnished common roof deck. The building is located in an exclusive and highly sought-after corner of North TriBeCa, along a wide cobblestone street and adjacent to the scenic Hudson River Park. Many of the city's best restaurants, cafes, elite gyms, Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, and The Children's Museum are all conveniently located nearby.
This very special home offers a rare opportunity to experience TriBeCa loft-living at its finest. The apartment also comes with a large storage cage in the basement. Building requires 20% down payment. Pet-friendly. Sublets, co-purchasers, guarantors, and parental purchases subject to Board approval. 2% flip-tax paid by purchaser.