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.