THE MUNITIONS, 60 Warren St, 3 - TriBeCa, New York
An extremely rare offering in Tribeca at prized 60 Warren Street. Originally a warehouse in the 1860s, The Munitions Building initially stored munitions for the Remington Arms Company, and later housed champagne bottles for G.H. Mumm Company. This distinctive Italianate building constructed of red brick with ornate detailing remains a treasured part of the Tribeca landscape. This is the first time one of the 4 full-floor lofts have been offered for sale in the building since its transformation to luxury condominiums, making the third floor a truly unique and coveted opportunity. Completed in 2000 and comprised of just 5 voluminous units, 60 Warren is an exclusive doorman condo cast-iron loft conversion credited to the creative genius of architects Joseph Vance and Andrea Ballerini. Residence #3 is a shining example: a massive loft home melding timeless architectural integrity with modern appointments. Direct elevator access leads into a private & spectacular 4,108-square-foot interior that exudes the warmth, charm and elegance you'd expect of a loft dream home. Configured with 3 bedrooms, a media room/den and 3 baths, the space can easily accommodate 4 bedrooms, even 5, without compromising the flow or airiness of the layout. Soaring 11'4" ceilings are complemented by newly-finished hardwood floors, and 14 oversized 8'-tall windows facing south and west over Warren Street and West Broadway. The huge light-filled open floorplan flaunts a dramatic corner 34' x 36' living/great room for entertaining, and an impeccably-finished chef's kitchen with additional counter seating. Relax in the charming den graced by bookcase built-ins and a floor-to-ceiling brick wood burning fireplace. A warm color palette, stunning spa-like baths and generous closet space enhance the enviable quality of living in a storied downtown locale. The vibrant Lower Manhattan neighborhood is minutes to trendy shops, restaurants, Whole Foods, nightlife, transportation, City Hall, Ground Zero and other attractions.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman