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Experience authentic Tribeca loft living.
This spacious and fully renovated corner unit overlooks cobbled Leonard Street and receives sunlight from 11 large windows facing south and east. Soaked in neighborhood character and charm, the residence features original exposed steel columns, timber beams, and white-painted brick walls paired with modern high-end appliances and luxurious touches by Dumais Interior Design.
Perfectly situated on a quiet side street in the heart of TriBeCa's historic loft district-a neighborhood dotted with upscale restaurants, boutiques and galleries-this residence is a 10-minute stroll from lush parkland on the Hudson River or the street life of SoHo.
In true loft spirit, the heart of the apartment is a cavernous open living-kitchen-dining space with high wood ceilings, wide-plank European oak flooring and tons of natural light. Its flexible layout and generous proportions make it a great space to entertain or enjoy as an utterly serene, private retreat.
The kitchen boasts honed Calacatta marble counters, a farmhouse sink and custom cabinetry with walnut interiors. Kitchen appliances include a Subzero fridge/freezer, Miele dishwasher, Viking gas range, Wolf oven, and Perlick double wine cooler.
The primary bedroom suite is exceedingly spacious and well-appointed with built-in custom white oak and walnut cabinetry and Phillip Jeffries suede wallpaper panels, as well as a walk-in closet by California Closets. A full height steel-framed glass wall with French doors provides the option of visual and acoustic privacy or continuity with the central living space. Relax in the en-suite bathroom finished with Callacatta Marble tiles and equipped with dual rain shower heads, a Restoration Hardware double vanity, and Robern medicine cabinets.
To ensure privacy for all, the second bedroom and the office (or third bedroom) are on the opposite side of the apartment from the primary bedroom suite. The home office is particularly tranquil with its natural light and custom desk and shelving in quarter-sawn white oak.
Built in the 1882, the handsome six-story structure at 155 Franklin Street is a converted warehouse known as the Sugar Loaf Building. Its brick facade is accentuated by horizontal stone banding, a prominent cornice, and green-painted trim.