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Three of a Kind: Tribeca Triplets

Featured Properties // Jun 14, 2012

It’s not news that TriBeCa is one of Manhattan’s most desired neighborhoods, with historic buildings, family-size lofts, Hudson River Park, and a thriving dining scene drawing more A-listers than a Hollywood premiere. Those large living spaces are a big part of the appeal, and with that in mind, here’s our look at some favorite three-bedroom homes on the market right now.


Where: 166 Duane Street, #7B
Size: 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
Asking: $5,750,000
Listed by: Michael Graves

The Duane Park Building is a condominium loft conversion situated (obviously) on TriBeCa’s popular Duane Park, and the building’s roots show in the units. High ceilings and spacious layouts abound, and this three-bedroom home is no different, with over 2,600 square feet of living space. The angled living room and art-friendly proportions add to an aesthetic that the listing photos capture quite well, so check them out.


Where: 60 Beach Street, #PH2
Size: 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
Asking: $7,460,000
Listed by: Vickey Barron

Freshly renovated, this duplex penthouse on cobblestone-lined Beach Street is one of the most immaculate apartments on the market in the neighborhood, with three bedrooms and 3,000 square feet spread over its two levels. And if you love outdoor space, the two terraces will leave you with the feeling that you can never settle for another penthouse in the area.


Where: 55 White Street, #1C
Size: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Asking: $2,995,000
Listed by: Ryan Fitzpatrick

One of the most spectacular and architectural condominiums in the area can be found on White Street, boasting 16′ ceilings in the striking main living area, which features a wood-burning fireplace, custom book shelves, hardwood floors and Corinthian columns. This apartment is all about drama, which typically means a specific audience, but low common charges and real estate taxes for a space of this size will put it on the radars of all types of TriBeCa buyers.