56 Warren Street, 5E
History meets modern convenience in this landmarked building on one of Tribeca's most coveted blocks. One of the few remaining original Tribeca loft spaces, this sprawling penthouse is accessed via a keyed elevator. The flexible floor-through layout can easily accommodate three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Currently configured as a 1-bedroom and 1-bathroom design, this home offers urban charm with a large open kitchen, a one-of-a-kind bathroom, speaker wiring throughout, and historic details. With soaring 12-foot ceilings and a beaming skylight, this home conveys a sense of space that is quintessentially Tribeca. Additionally, the home offers two large storage spaces. Built in 1881, 56 Warren Street is an important link to the City's industrial past. Designed by John B. Snook & Sons - who designed the original Grand Central Depot - this boutique cooperative houses only eight residential units. Conveniently located to Hudson River Park and an array of transportation lines.
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