Quirky loft in Tribeca horse stable reappears, subdued, for $4.5M

CurbedAugust 07, 2017

A Tribeca apartment in the former American Express Carriage House has returned to the market with a toned-down look and yet another price chop. The loft—a three-bedroom, two bathroom floor-through—is back on the market asking $4.495 million, which is $25,000 less than it sought in January, and $700,000 less than when it first hit the market in April 2016.


With the new listing comes newly muted interiors. Some of the colorful rugs and furnishings in the 2,400-square-foot loft have been swapped out for more on-trend pieces—see the light fixtures in the living room—and the once-bright bedrooms have been painted a subdued white.


The two-bedroom apartment also comes with a den and overlooks an atrium.


But such is the cost of trying to sell. The loft at 60 Collister Street also comes with a monthly fee of $2,011 for common charges and $1,737 in taxes. The apartment is on the market with Emily Beare at Core.