Apartment 4A at 260 West Broadway, a lofty, spacious and renovated 1 bedroom plus interior bedroom, 2-bathroom condominium filled with pre-war charm and gracious details throughout.
Located in the iconic pre-war condominium the American Thread Building, this beautifully appointed apartment spans approximately 1,600 square feet and boasts high ceilings, hardwood floors, pristine crown, baseboard and picture railings, central A/C and oversized windows with a sun-splashed eastern exposure offering lovely treetop views of Tribeca Park.
The welcoming entry foyer has three oversized closets and through the arched entryway, you will find the separate dining room that flows beautifully into the generously sized living room a perfect layout for easy everyday living or seamless home entertaining. The dining room features a wall of sophisticated custom built-ins, custom banquet seating allows for spacious yet intimate dining for 6 or more, and it is ideally adjacent to the updated kitchen. Efficiently designed, the kitchen has a decorative tin ceiling and stone tile flooring while stainless steel counters juxtapose white display cabinetry and a classic subway tile backsplash. High-end stainless-steel appliances include a Sub-Zero fridge, Miele dishwasher and new Whirlpool range.
The interior bedroom, currently being used as the primary, offers two extra-large, custom-outfitted walk-in closets and an en suite bathroom with a deep soaking bathtub, separate shower with rain shower, marble flooring, Waterworks fixtures, marble-topped vanity and a heated towel rack. Equally as spacious is the second bedroom which enjoys a bright southeastern exposure, large closet and its own en suite bathroom finished with marble floor tile, subway tile walls and a glass- enclosed shower.
Originally built for the New York Wool Exchange in 1894, the American Thread Building is a Renaissance revival style building designed by architect William B. Tubby. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, this storied building has 11 floors and approximately 52 apartments and offers residents a common roof deck, 24-hour door staff, fitness center and bicycle storage room. It is conveniently located at the crossroads of Tribeca and SoHo, a short distance to Piers 25 & 26 at Hudson River Park, and sits amongst a wide variety of restaurants, shops and cafes, with access to the nearby 1, 2, N, Q, R and W trains.