A gut-renovated Tribeca loft with a slew of high-end accents and finishes, this gorgeous 2-bedroom, 3-bathroom home is a study in industrial chic. Features include original exposed wood ceilings, beautiful brick walls, steel columns, and a distinct skylight composed of frosted glass blocks. The home opens into a large foyer and then expands into a cavernous, studio-like kitchen/dining room/living room/bedroom. The kitchenby Schiffinifeatures a spacious central island, custom cabinets and drawers, stainless steel countertops, and a suite of luxury appliances. Separated by a series of curtains, the master bedroom sits just off the living room. It has direct access to a pair of enormous walk-in closets as well as a lavish ensuite bathroom thats been equipped with dual vanity marble sinks, a walk-in steam shower, and elegant gray tiles. Featuring its own entrance, the second bedroom (also accessible from the living room) lies on the opposite side of the home and comes with a kitchenette and a full bathroom. Situated on one of the citys most highly sought-after cobblestone streets, 55 North Moore is a landmark building in the heart of Tribeca. It sits less than two blocks away from the Hudson River and is surrounded by a host of restaurants and bars like Brandy Library, Wolfgangs Steakhouse, Nobu, and wichcraft. Nearby subway lines include the 1/2/A/C/E.
TriBeCa (an acronym for "Triangle Below Canal, the area running West from Lafayette Street to the Hudson River, north of Battery Park City) began as an industrial district dominated by warehouses but has undergone major revitalization with many spaces for lease and sublease retaining their high ceilings and exposed brick. Warehouses and industrial buildings were converted into loft apartments, commercial and class A, B or C office space available with buildings amenities such as 24-hour doormen and access, dedicated elevators, sophisticated reception and conference areas, IT support, impressive views and large windows. New businesses emerged creating a culturally diverse environment ideal for creative companies seeking unique Manhattan office space. Home to many New York advertising, PR, and marketing firms such as Saatchi & Saatchi, TriBeCa is now fashionable residential neighborhood with an affluent population and some of the most desirable commercial office space for rent. With streets lined with boutique shops, high-end restaurants, and famous buildings such as the Woolworth Building, the Tweed Courthouse, and the Citigroup building, TriBeCa is a frequent filming location for movies and home to the TriBeCa Film Festival. Major thorough fares include the Chamber St. and Franklin St. subway stops.