$3,495,000 $3,500,000
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Tribeca, Manhattan | Jay Street & Harrison Street
Loft 3 Rooms1 Bed1 Bath3,200 Square FeetCondo

$3,495,000 $3,500,000
Common Charges$875
RE Taxes$1,517
Price Per SF
$1,092

Listing Features

  • Beamed Ceilings
  • Exposed Brick
  • Floor-Through
  • Full Floor
  • High Ceilings
  • Live/Work
  • Private Elevator
  • Casement Windows
  • Oversized Windows
  • Dishwasher

Outdoor space and views

  • Townhouse Views
  • East Exposure
  • West Exposure

Building Amenities

  • Voice Intercom
  • Elevator

Policies

  • Pets Allowed
  • Pieds A Terre Ok

Property Description

It's not often that an authentic and original oversized full floor loft with elevator entry and very low carrying costs in a boutique prewar condominium in prime TriBeCa comes on the market. When they do they tend to move quickly don't let this one get away! The fourth floor at 439 Greenwich is such an offering. The open floor plan spans 36 feet wide and 76 feet deep. On the Western wall, there are 7 oversized wood framed sun filled windows with open western view over Greenwich Streets-think amazing Tribeca sunsets. The eastern wall had 6 oversized wood framed windows which also get fantastic light and blue sky. The only load bearing structures are 4 beautiful and weathered wooden pillars that support equally beautiful wooden joists. From wide planked floors, exposed brick walls and high ceilings, this loft is as authentic as it gets. Currently, this home is set up as a live/work working artist studio with a basic kitchen and one bathroom. However, thanks to numerous plumbing risers, the unusually generous 36 foot width and the abundance of windows, its easy to see how the space could be transformed into a trophy loft with four beds 3.5 baths while still maintaining that open loft feel that these special spaces are known for. 439 Greenwich is a 6 floor condominium loft building. The first floor is currently occupied by a very cool vintage shop. The rest of the building is comprised of floor through units. The recently installed key lock elevator opens directly into the unit. The building is located in prime Tribeca. Within a minutes walk, you can either be at the incredible newly developed waterfront piers, at the subway or enjoying the galleries, boutiques and cafes that TriBeCa is known for. It's rare to find a large loft in original condition. With this property, the choices are endless and how to use and enjoy the space - a very unique and exciting prospect.

Listing History

Now
12/01/2022
$3,495,000 [-$5,000] [0.1%]
Price Drop by Sam Sullivan
Douglas Elliman
12/01/2022
$3,500,000 [-$-5,000] [-0.1%]
Price Drop by Sam Sullivan
Douglas Elliman

Building Details

OwnershipCondo
Building TypeLoft
Service LevelVoice Intercom
AgePre-War
AccessElevator
Year Built1920
Financing Allowed90%
Floors/Apts6/5
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Transit and Citi Bike

Subway

Franklin St
0.19 miles
Chambers St
0.22 miles
Canal St
0.31 miles
Chambers St
0.32 miles
Canal St
0.36 miles

Citi Bike

Harrison St & Hudson St
0.07 miles
North Moore St & Greenwich St
0.11 miles

Building Availability

APPSF
Median
Average
$1,092
$3,495,000
$3,495,000

Loft1 Bedrooms in Tribeca

APPSF
Median
Average
$1,523
$1,580,000
$2,120,000
$1,702
$1,300,000
$1,306,250

Tribeca | Manhattan

Quick Profile

TriBeCa, named after the small geographic triangle below Canal Street. It’s not really a triangle, it's a quadrilateral and it's bounded by West Street, Broadway, and Chambers Street. It’s a little too late for a name change and besides, QuaBeCa doesn't sound half as cool as Tribeca.  

One of New York City’s more notable acronymed neighborhoods, TriBeCa is known for its trendy boutiques, fabolous restaurants, historical landmarks, and resident celebrity lofts. It still holds the title of one of the coolest places to live in New York City. 

TriBeCa is one of the first residential neighborhoods of New York City. Way back in 1700’s wealthy New Yorkers built homes and maintained gardens in what is now TriBeca. 

Later in history it shifted from residential to warehouses, commerce and markets. After the Civil War, shipping hubs moved from the East River to the Hudson River and revitalized areas like the South Street Seaport and TriBeca. When shipping and commerce increased, the area soon became a favorite spot for wholesalers to store their goods in large industrial warehouses. 

Just like its neighbor SoHo, TriBeCa boasts one of the world’s largest collections of wrought-iron facades and Neo-Grecian architecture. 

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OLR ID: 1292780