Contemporary finishes with sleek lines suffuse this gut-renovated floor-through co-op in prime Tribeca, a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom home that exemplifies modern luxury living. Beautiful Siberian oak floors and gallery-style white walls run throughout, while classic sash windows let in plenty of northern and southern light. Additional features include airy ceilings over 10-ft in height, central A/C, recessed lighting, and an in-unit washer/dryer.
The home begins with an open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen saturated with natural light. The corner kitchen is refined and elegant, equipped with custom white cabinets, chic Italian marble countertops, a Carrara marble backsplash, and high-end integrated appliances including a gas stove, dishwasher, and wine fridge. Just off the living area is a full bathroom with radiant heated marble floors, a floating vanity, a wall-mounted toilet, and a walk-in shower.
The south-facing bedroom sits on the opposite side of the home and has a huge walk-in closet with custom storage solutions as well as a windowed en-suite bathroom with radiant heated marble floors, a heated towel rack, and a deep tub with an in-ceiling rain shower and a handheld shower fixture. The 2nd bedroom can easily be used as a den/media room or a private home office. It has custom-installed glass partitions to create a lightwell effect and allow ambient natural light into the space.
126 Chambers Street is a mid-19th century converted co-op with a gorgeous cast iron façade in the heart of Tribeca. The building is moments from trendy restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops, including Michelin-rated eateries like atera, Jungsik, L’Appart, and Crown Shy. Art galleries like Bortolami, James Cohen, and Luhring Augustine among many others are just a few blocks away, and the soon-to-be-open Performance Art Center for artists in theater, dance, music, chamber opera, film and media from NYC and around the world. Residents are also close to Battery Park City, City Hall Park, FiDi, Rockefeller Park, Brookfield Place, World Trade Center, and the Hudson River Greenway. Nearby subway lines include the 1/2/3/4/5/6/A/C/E/R/W/J/Z. Pets and piedsa-terre are welcome.