464 Greenwich Street is a 24-foot wide, 9,000 square foot Renaissance style loft building that has been completely renovated to the highest level possible, transforming this former industrial warehouse into one of the most luxurious single-family homes created in Manhattan.
Built in 1892 by noted builder Hugh Getty for Samuel Crooks, a wholesale coffee and tea merchant, 464 Greenwich Street was utilized as a roasting plant by a variety of coffee companies including the Turkish & Arabian Coffee Company, whose signage still remains on the building.
The current owner commissioned the renowned French architect Thierry Despont to reimagine 464 Greenwich Street as a single-family residence. The result created an astounding combination of elegant, dramatic and beautifully designed spaces that distinguish this home from all others.
The home is filled with incredible fixtures, materials, finishes, appliances and custom designed elements that respect the historic, industrial past yet present a warm and inviting residential setting. Additional unique features include a grand entrance foyer with glass block inspired by Chareau's le Maison de Verre and a sprawling 1,500 square foot living room with over 12-foot high ceilings at the top of the building.
The property offers five bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two half-baths, a custom eat-in kitchen, rooftop terrace, gym, sauna and commercial-sized elevator.
Located just two blocks from Hudson River Park in the charming Tribeca North Historic District, 464 Greenwich Street is moments from the heart of Tribeca and Soho, and near some of the city's finest shopping restaurants and waterfront recreation.