Hot and Historic in Tribeca: 93 Worth is Over 70 Percent Sold

Buzz Buzz HomeMarch 22, 2013
Tribeca condo conversion 93 Worth is over 70 percent sold, developer Izaki Group Investments USA and CORE announced today.

The 18-story, 92-unit building, located between Broadway and Church Street, has studios and one- to four-bedroom residences. ODA Architecture handled the transformation of the 1924 textile factory. Pricing on available units ranges from $715,000 for a 475-square-foot studio to $4.6 million for a 2,251-square-foot penthouse.

The apartments feature 7-foot windows, solid wood doors, open kitchens, high ceilings, 7-inch-wide white oak floors and the building’s original exposed steel columns.

“Today’s buying culture resembles, if not surpasses, the so-called peak of the condo boom of 2006 and 2007,” Doron Zwickel, the Director of Sales at 93 Worth, said in a statement. “Attesting to this fact are the 12 price amendments we have filed since the project’s opening.”

Amenities include a 24/7 concierge, common rooftop with panoramic city views, open lounge with pergola and kitchen station, gym, playroom, bicycle storage, private storage for purchase and a dog-washing station. Check these gorgeous shots from the official site.