This rarely available, convertible 3-bedroom loft, with 10-foot ceilings and just under 2,400 square feet should not be missed. Enter into a gracious entry foyer complete with a generous outfitted closet. The custom open chef’s kitchen is appointed with Wenge cabinetry, a vast amount of storage, marble countertops, a six-burner Thermador stove, Sub-Zero fridge, wine fridge and a garbage disposal. Dine casually at the island or more formally in the dining area outside the kitchen. The open west facing living room with floor-to-ceiling windows has a beautiful limestone gas fireplace.
Currently used as a den, the large east facing room with beautiful built-ins and barn doors, could easily convert to a third or even a fourth bedroom as there is a full bath that could easily service the bedroom. Retreat to your enormous master with three large outfitted closets and a luxurious master bath complete with double sink, soaking tub and shower. The apartment also features a large secondary bedroom with an en-suite bath, a separate laundry room, and an integrated sound system throughout.
The Textile Building is situated at the heart of Tribeca, with the finest dining, shopping, galleries and public transportation all at your fingertips. The turn of the century landmark facade by famed architect Henry Hardenberg, also known for the Plaza Hotel and The Dakota, has been painstakingly preserved, while the interior common space has been modernized, resulting in an effortless blending of Old World charm and livable space. Amenities include a 24-hour concierge, a tastefully landscaped common roof deck, private entertaining space with catering kitchen, as well as a fitness club and steam room.