Building & Unit Features
Quintessential Tribeca Pre-war condominium loft living with 24 hour concierge service and a ResidentsBuilding Manager, awaits you from this 2,633sf , 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom, sun-drenched beauty. One enters the loft from a semi-private landing into a lovely formal gallery. The grand proportions of the home are complemented with 15 over-sized windows, 3 exposures, and 10' ceilings throughout. The massive corner great room sits adjacent to an open chef's kitchen complete with dining bar, Gaggeneau, Bosch, Subzero, and Thermador appliances - allowing for gracious everyday living or the grandest of parties. The 3rd-bedroom has been opened to the great room as a fitted library. There is also an adjacent small study. The master and 2nd- bedrooms both have en suite bathrooms. The corner master bedroom also boasts a huge walk-in-closet and 5 piece bathroom. Other features include: polished concrete floors, central heating and air conditioning, a laundry room, several substantial closets and a separate individual storage room allocated to this loft which transfers with the sale. The Franklin Tower Condominium was originally built as the Corn Exchange Bank in 1929 and was converted in 2001. This 17 story classic Art Deco brick building is home to 25 luxury lofts. Special building features include a roof deck, fitness room, and bike room. The building offers the utmost in privacy and first rate service to its residents. Situated near some of TriBeCa's most wonderful restaurants, shopping, and all forms of public transportation, it is a short walk to SoHo and Chinatown. In addition to the monthly charges, there is a monthly assessment of $304.69.
Courtesy Of The Corcoran Group