54 North Moore Street
New York, New York, United States

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A true full-floor loft encircled in 17 windows, this renovated four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom Tribeca residence offers expansive sunlit living spaces, unbeatable storage and coveted architectural details on a quintessential Downtown block. This bright and airy 5,000-square-foot home boasts 13-foot tall ceilings topped in stamped tin and supported by ornate cast-iron columns. Refinished original hardwood floors usher you in the elevator vestibule to find a dramatic entry hall lined with convenient closets. The 1,200-squre-foot open-plan corner great room is flooded with light and amenable to any number of inviting living, lounging and dining areas. A separate glassed-in den, powder room and closet make it an ideal venue for gracious entertaining. The sleek open kitchen is a work of art in stainless steel and black accents. There's a convenient island/breakfast bar here, while a separate butler's pantry provides additional prep space and utility. Chic industrial glass-and-steel barn doors conceal a spacious bedroom suite complete with a huge walk-in closet and massive en suite bathroom with freestanding soaking tub, a frameless glass rain shower for two, and large trough sink vanity. There's another bedroom suite down the hall, and two more bedrooms offer large closets and big windows. Another large walk-in closet adds to the home's impressive storage space, and a laundry room with washer-dryer and utility sink easily attends to wardrobe needs. Built in 1888 as a warehouse for perishable goods, 54 North Moore is a notable cast-iron and brick building in the heart of the Tribeca West Historic District. The boutique, pet-friendly rental building is accessed via secure video intercom and key-locked elevator entry. Located at the corner of North Moore and Hudson Street, the building occupies one of the premiere blocks in the neighborhood. Phenomenal restaurants, including Michelin-starred Jungsik, Bâtard, Mr. Chow and Atera are nearby, and the Hudson River Park and greenway provide phenomenal waterfront outdoor space and recreation. Transportation is effortless thanks to 1/2/3, A/C/E, N/Q/R/W, J/Z and 6 trains within easy reach. SEEING IS BELIEVING!!EMAIL IS BEST FOR IMMEDIATE RESPONSE,A true full-floor loft encircled in 17 windows, this renovated four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom Tribeca residence offers expansive sunlit living spaces, unbeatable storage and coveted architectural details on a quintessential Downtown block. This bright and airy 5,000-square-foot home boasts 13-foot tall ceilings topped in stamped tin and supported by ornate cast-iron columns. Refinished original hardwood floors usher you in the elevator vestibule to find a dramatic entry hall lined with convenient closets. The 1,200-squre-foot open-plan corner great room is flooded with light and amenable to any number of inviting living, lounging and dining areas. A separate glassed-in den, powder room and closet make it an ideal venue for gracious entertaining. The sleek open kitchen is a work of art in stainless steel and black accents. There's a convenient island/breakfast bar here, while a separate butler's pantry provides additional prep space and utility. Chic industrial glass-and-steel barn doors conceal a spacious bedroom suite complete with a huge walk-in closet and massive en suite bathroom with freestanding soaking tub, a frameless glass rain shower for two, and large trough sink vanity. There's another bedroom suite down the hall, and two more bedrooms offer large closets and big windows. Another large walk-in closet adds to the home's impressive storage space, and a laundry room with washer-dryer and utility sink easily attends to wardrobe needs. Built in 1888 as a warehouse for perishable goods, 54 North Moore is a notable cast-iron and brick building in the heart of the Tribeca West Historic District. The boutique, pet-friendly rental building is accessed via secure video intercom and key-locked elevator entry. Located at the corner of North Moore and Hudson Street, the building occupies one of the premiere blocks in the neighborhood. Phenomenal restaurants, including Michelin-starred Jungsik, Bâtard, Mr. Chow and Atera are nearby, and the Hudson River Park and greenway provide phenomenal waterfront outdoor space and recreation. Transportation is effortless thanks to 1/2/3, A/C/E, N/Q/R/W, J/Z and 6 trains within easy reach. SEEING IS BELIEVING!!EMAIL IS BEST FOR IMMEDIATE RESPONSE

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