Condo Conversion 93 Worth Launches Sales, Unveils Interiors
CurbedDecember 06, 2012Finally! Office-to-condo conversion 93 Worth in Tribeca has stopped teasing us and officially launched sales. So how much do the condos cost? Forty listings are currently live on StreetEasy, with 475-square-foot studios starting at $600K and the most expensive unit, a three-bedroom duplex penthouse with a terrace, asking $4.5 million. One-bedrooms range from $950,000 to $1.4 million, and two-bedrooms are listed for $1.415 to $2.15 million. Fifty-two more apartments, including six more penthouses, will be released at a future date. The sales team at CORE sent along a few photos of the on-site sales office, which is designed to look like the 13-story building's lobby, with lit Corian panels, vaulted ceilings, and original chanedliers.
In the gallery above, there are a few images of a model apartment, along with a couple artist's renderings showing the interiors. Developed by IGI-US and designed by ODA-Architecture, the apartments feature custom seven-foot windows, high ceilings, solid oak floors, and a washer/dryer. The open kitchens have European cabinetry and appliances from Viking, Sub-zero, and Miele, while the master bath has an iron claw-foot tub inside a marble "wet room" with a "rainforest showerhead." Building amenities include a 24-hour concierge, a rooftop terrace with a pergola and kitchen, a fitness center, children's play room, bike storage, and a dog-washing station.