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The stock of large, thoughtfully designed apartments in TriBeCa isn’t vast, so it’s hard not to take notice when one hits the market. This recently renovated penthouse at 60 Beach Street, a building that dates back to 1930 (with the cobblestone street outside to prove it), drew the attention of Curbed within moments of going public. The duplex has three bedrooms spread over its two floors, and plenty of personality. The loft’s casual elegance is refreshing, and the light pouring in through those big windows — a staple of great TriBeCa lofts — makes the whole space come alive. What’s not common in converted loft buildings? Private outdoor space. Yet this penthouse has two roomy terraces. A peek at one below: