428 Greenwich Street · THOUSE Tribeca

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  • LISTING ID: P1631623
  • BUILDING AGE: Pre-war
  • STORIES: 5
  • PETS: N/A
  • Amenities:
  • Air Conditioning, Furnished, Deck

Enjoy living on one of the most coveted streets in New York City with this historic five-story townhouse, located on the west side of Greenwich Street between Vestry and Laight in the legendary neighborhood of TriBeCa. A beautiful brick building constructed in 1883 by the well-known local architect Thomas R. Jackson for James Pyle, this landmarked property was recently gut renovated to provide an upscale and trendy living environment while still staying true to its characteristic masonry and cast iron elements. Impossibly high ceilings, polished wood panel floors, windows that allow for abundant natural light, and exposed brick throughout create a spacious, modern, and comfortable home.

428 Greenwich Street combines the rich industrial history of Tribeca with its current status as one of New York’s major cultural destinations. Still posted above the 2nd story windows is the signage of the Port Warehouse operation, a vintage homage to its 1918 residence in the building, while the 1st and lower floors house the hot, high-end sushi restaurant Azabu.

Elongated layouts offer 4 well-planned floors, housing 4 bedrooms, 4 full baths and 1 half bath - in addition to a fully finished roof deck. The 2nd floor warmly welcome guests in the foyer as they come in from the peaceful cobblestoned street. Plan dinner parties in the country style kitchen furnished with brand new appliances, have a drink on the charming enclosed terrace, and wind down in the tranquil library, which can also be used as a guest bedroom. The 3rd floor boasts 2 bedrooms, each with a private bathroom, and plenty of closet space. Take the exposed brick-lined stairs to the 4th floor, dedicated entirely to the master suite: a wide master bedroom, a luxurious master bathroom equipped with an open-plan shower and tub, and a private master study. The 5th floor is the ideal center for top-notch entertainment, complete with a large dining space, a bar area, and a study/lounge accentuated by a modern fireplace. On warm spring and summer nights, take advantage of the beautifully finished roof deck, offering envious views of the Hudson River and downtown Manhattan.

Bordered by the famed shopping district of SoHo, the quaint boutiques and restaurants that zigzag through the West Village, and the dynamic atmosphere of the Financial District, TriBeCa is a charming and vibrant neighborhood that combines the class and prestige of the Upper East Side with edgy downtown chic. A hot spot for celebrities, socialites, and trendy Manhattan families, its enticing proximity to the beauty of the Hudson River, abundance of cool warehouse-turned-loft apartments and easy access to transportation make it the neighborhood where everyone wants to live. Enjoy brunch at the delicious Sarabeth’s, have a classy dinner at the Robert De Niro-backed Nobu or Locanda Verde, and celebrate birthday and special events at the nearby Wolfgang’s Steakhouse. Discover the next up-and-coming artist at the New York Academy of Art and be at the heart of the city’s thriving film culture at the annual TriBeCa Film Festival. With many more high-end restaurants, shops, and entertainment just mere steps away, 428 Greenwich Street will immerse you into one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan.

***Please note that price is representative of 1 month free on a 16 month lease***

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TriBeCa neighborhood

Recently ranked by Forbes Magazine as one of America’s most expensive zip codes to live in, 'TriBeCa' is the neighborhood of choice for those who can afford to live here. Naturally, Tribeca real estate is in high demand as it features a mixture of luxury apartment condos, renovated lofts, and walk-ups, many with stunning riverfront views.

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