A 13-foot-high ceiling is New York Old School luxury. Fewer than .01% of all residences in New York have ceilings over 12 feet, and this is 13 feet! What very few have, is real luxury. Newly renovated full floor loft with grand proportions and maximum usability in bullseye center TriBeCa. An oversized key-locked elevator provides entre to an expansive 40-foot-plus-long living area with 13-foot-high ceiling, 9x4-foot windows, 8-inch wide-plank oak floors, exposed brick wall and gas fireplace. Anchoring the main living space is an open kitchen outfitted with a 5-burner vented Wolf range, 30-inch Sub-Zero fridge, Bosch dishwasher, and Insinkerator...garbage disposal. Finishes include custom Italian oak cabinetry by Pedini Kitchen Designs, Franke fixtures, and an expansive island topped by a single slab of gorgeous Nero mist black granite. A central feature of the living room is a sliding wall made of four massive 4x12ft interlocking walnut panels, which glide effortlessly forward to create a private home office or guest room with its own full en-suite bathroom clad in Carrera marble wall tiles and heated statuary marble herringbone tile floor. Down the hallway to the rear of the loft is a peacefully quiet master bedroom suite featuring pocket doors that can be opened to include an extra sitting room, or closed to create an additional bedroom with its own closet and entrance. The master bathroom is luxurious with Italian black and white Carrera marble tile floor, a deep soaking tub, and separate shower. A third guest bathroom features floor-to-ceiling book-matched Statuario Porcelain wall tiles, heated statuary marble herringbone tile floor, Grigio limestone sink and walnut linen closet. Other features include a laundry closet with washer and vented gas dryer, multi-zone HVAC, and an ingenious secret hideaway loft work station. This 4-unit loft condominium is one of the last possible boutique conversions in TriBeCa. The ultimate in privacy, convenience, transportation access, with public indoor parking right across the street.
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