Reimagined Tribeca Condo for $3.15M

In the heart of TriBeCa’s landmark South Historic District, 56 Thomas Street was originally commissioned by developer Louis Lese in 1897 and designed by New York architect Quinby & Broome in the Renaissance Revival style.

Faced in brick trimmed with cast iron and terra cotta, the façade has three large North-facing windows per story, as well as Southern and Western exposures. The windows are set into a framework of thick iron mullions, and framed by banded stone pilasters.

Accessed by private keyed elevator, Residence No. 3 boasts 10' ceilings, a fireplace and dramatic north and south-facing windows.

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The home has been meticulously renovated and features an open-concept living and dining area, and stunning new oak hardwood floors.

Large windows allow abundant sunlight to permeate the well-appointed space.

The pristine kitchen is designed for the most discernible chef with marble countertops and an island, a SubZero refrigerator, a Wolf five burner cooktop and oven, a Bosch dishwasher and Miele microwave.

The open floorplan is the perfect backdrop for exceptiopnal entertaining.

Unique touches, like this archway, create serene moments throughout the apartment.

The five fixture master bathroom has an elegant clawfoot tub, doubled sized rain shower and radiant heated floors and towels bars.

Exposed brick adds a rustic touch which echoes Tribeca's industrial past.
Listed with Haley Venn of Compass.

Credits

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Architect
  • Sanba
Builder
  • Quinby & Broome
Photographer
Bedrooms
  • 2
  • Full Baths
  • 2