Enjoy loft-like proportions and world-class amenities in this high-floor converted two-bedroom, one-bathroom home in the perfect Tribeca/Civic Center location.
Spanning 1,085 square feet and lined in large north-facing windows, this home is the epitome of bright and airy high-floor living. Beamed ceilings soar 11 feet overhead and deep-stained hardwood floors run underfoot. Arrive in the gracious foyer before heading to the oversized great room featuring stunning open-sky views. The well-equipped Bulthaup open kitchen is ready to accommodate meals for parties large and small thanks to its full roster of stainless steel appliances by Miele and Sub-Zero. Head to the luxurious master bedroom to find more epic city views and large closets. In the hallway, the full bathroom offers two entry ways and a double vanity, while convenient pocket doors reveal a second bedroom situated off the living room. Customized California closets, central air and a separate 40-square-foot private storage room ensure total comfort and ease in this special Tribeca home.
Tower 270 is a 1930 office building converted to condominium use in 2002. In 1942, the 18th floor of the building was home to the Army Corps of Engineers' division that oversaw the country's burgeoning nuclear program, making this the birthplace of "The Manhattan Project." Today, residents are spoiled by top-notch amenities, including full-time doorman service, live-in superintendent, a glorious roof deck with spectacular views, three fitness rooms, a children's playroom, conference room, laundry on every floor and three high-speed elevator banks.
Situated directly across from City Hall Park, this location offers the ideal mix of Downtown allure and open green space. Washington Market Park and the Battery Park City Esplanade are within easy reach, and the Tribeca Whole Foods is just three blocks away. With easy access to Westfield World Trade, Brookfield Place and the revitalized Seaport District, you're truly at the center of some of the best New York City has to offer. Transportation from this highly accessible neighborhood can't be beat with R/W, A/C/E, 1/2/3, 4/5/6, J/Z and PATH trains all nearby.