Collect Pond House is a pre-war gem in prime Tribeca. If you are seeking a classic loft in historic Tribeca, we invite you to visit this very unique home at The Collect Pond House which was built in 1907 at the corner of Franklin Street. The south facing home is currently configured with an extraordinary open living environment, two bedrooms, two baths, a home office, a separate library area and enough storage space which might be better described as a garage. When arriving at loft 3B you are initially greeted by the spacious and yet secluded private foyer with 11' ceilings. This passthrough leads you to the commodious open living room which includes your library, kitchen and dining spaces. The open kitchen with separate island is equipped with a Wolf Gourmet oven and range with a Miele hood, Thermador refrigerator, Samsung dishwasher. There are also hardwood floors mixed with Terrazzo tile and eight oversized wood framed windows. There are ample closets and, as mentioned the garage which houses the homes Miele washer and dryer. The apartment also comes with its own enormous private storage cage, which is located in the newly renovated basement and sub-basement. The Collect Pond House at 366 Broadway is a landmarked, 34 unit Beaux Art style designed co-op with a grand lobby and impressive staircase. The building is currently undergoing a Renaissance, so to speak. They are renovating and restoring the already extraordinary lobby, creating brand new mail and package rooms, replacing two small passenger elevators with one larger automated passenger elevator and preforming the same work on the two freight elevators. Likewise the basement is approaching completion; the work has included renovating the storage rooms and replacing all old storage units with huge brand new ones and there is a storage cage dedicated for every unit in the building. Note: You will not likely see better storage in the whole city. A monthly assessment of $1,025/month has allowed for these improvements and runs through January 2019. Additionally, Gourmet Garage, which occupies the ground floor commercial space, has a 20 year lease and is a source of income for the coop. In addition to Gourmet Garage, the immediate neighborhood has recently transformed, some of the highest priced new developments continue to populate Tribeca. The Coop was established in 1978 and permits 70% financing and will consider pied-a-terres. The building has a video intercom security system, common roof deck and bike storage. Equidistant to subway lines: A, C, E, 4, 5, 6, 1, N, R, Q, J.