366 Broadway10-D, TriBeCa, New York, NY 10013

Half Bath
Co-op Properties

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Residence 10D is an extraordinary duplex loft in The Collect Pond House at 366 Broadway between White and Franklin Streets, within the TriBeCa Historic District. This exquisite four bedroom, three and half bathroom home was reimagined by a renowned architecture and design firm, and offers approximately 2,800 square feet of extraordinary light-filled living space. The meticulous renovation respects the character of the remarkable 1907 Beaux Arts building, while bringing the loft completely up-to-date, marrying the historic details to today's aesthetic and modern comforts, including central air conditioning. Twenty two massive seven foot high windows (with exposures to all four directions) allow light to pour in throughout the day, and the thoughtful two level layout with open living and entertaining on the 10th floor and four bedrooms on the 11th floor make this the perfect home.

At the tenth floor entrance to this resplendent loft, an extravagant 25' windowed foyer leads to a magnificent corner great room. Here, nine additional 7' high windows facing north, west, and east flood the entire space with light, and provide a striking panorama of the urban skyline a plethora of historic adjacent buildings and classic rooftop water towers that create a unique downtown vista. The east facing living room area spans over 27' incorporating two spacious seating areas, and flows seamlessly to the large north-facing dining area. A sleek chef's kitchen is equipped with a massive marble island and professional-grade appliances including a 36' Liebherr French door refrigerator with dual drawer freezer, Wolf oven and microwave, Smeg five-burner vented gas cooktop, and Miele dishwasher. Custom walnut wood cabinetry and marble countertops add an aura of modern, yet warm refinement. A lovely corner west and north facing den space could easily be reconfigured as an additional enclosed room or private, sunny office. Rounding out this level is a sophisticated powder room and a dry bar area including custom cabinetry and GE wine refrigerator.

A sleek wood staircase with steel railings leads to the four generously sized bedrooms and three bathrooms on the 11th floor. The majestic corner primary bedroom is a serene retreat, featuring six east and south facing windows and an extraordinary nearly 13' x 5' walk-in closet with custom built-ins. A spa-like windowed en-suite bathroom offers dual sinks, a Duravit commode, and a large glass enclosed shower. Adjacent to the primary suite is a sunny south facing bedroom with views of One World Trade Center and its own ensuite bathroom with shower and contemporary finishes. At the other end of the hallway is a massive east facing third bedroom with a custom built-in desk, that offers a versatile space that can be utilized as a sophisticated home office or upstairs den, but currently set up as a bedroom. Adjacent to this room is a north facing fourth bedroom with views of the city skyline including the Chrysler building and One Vanderbilt. Both these rooms share a large, well-appointed full bathroom adorned with a marble vanity and deep soaking tub. Conveniently, there is both a linen closet, and GE washer and vented dryer on this level.

With 10' + ceiling heights and arched detailed plasterwork where walls meet ceilings, this loft exudes a sense of grandeur and elegance reminiscent of a bygone era. Generous wall spaces are adorned with art gallery lighting. Wide plank oak hardwood floors grace the entire home, exuding warmth and sophistication, adding to its timeless appeal. The central air conditioning system with linear diffusers throughout ensures optimal comfort, while the original cast iron radiators add a touch of historic charm. Bathed in natural light through those twenty two expansive windows, the loft is suffused with an ethereal glow that accentuates its inherent beauty.

Built in 1907, the Collect Pond House at 366 Broadway is a stunning brick and limestone 12 story Beaux Arts building, which once served as the headquarters of the American Typewriter Company. Now made up of 39 cooperative residences, this iconic loft building recently emerged from a meticulous multi-year renovation to restore to its original grandeur, including a magnificent lobby with double-height marble walls, a majestic wrought iron staircase, and elaborate original iron grills surrounding the elevator bank. In addition brand-new mail and package rooms provide modern convenience, while the two completely new elevators, designed in keeping with the building's historic character, ensure seamless access to all levels. The hallways and original marble stairwell on the upper floors have been elegantly updated. Amenities include a common rooftop area, a secure bike room, storage, video security entry for enhanced safety, and full-time superintendent and porter to maintain this landmark building. The Collect Pond House is pet-friendly and allows for subletting after two years of ownership.

Nestled in the heart of the historic Tribeca neighborhood, this location offers unparalleled convenience; the area continues to be a hub of art and fashion, with renowned boutiques, and innovative cuisine dotting the nearby streets, and new art galleries opening on a weekly basis. Transportation options are unbeatable, with a plethora of train lines including N/Q/R, J/Z, 4/5/6, A/C/E, and 1 all within easy reach. Additionally, the ground-floor commercial space is occupied by Gourmet Garage, a specialty and natural food market, that provides convenience to residents and additional income to the co-op keeping monthly costs extremely low.
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