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River Lofts 416 Washington Street


River Lofts 416 Washington Street


River lofts 416 Washington Street has a glorious history of tracing back the mid-19th century as a sugar refinery.  Under the vision of Thomas R. Jackson, a new building was designed in 1882 and later sold in 1883 to John Castree, who was a local grocery merchant who ventured into real-estate. The building later becomes a storage warehouse when Frederick Linde & Company leased the property.


This furnished property is for a person with very high standards, a loft in immaculate condition and everything in the right place. Equal to a high-end Hotel Suite but with more privacy and more space. This lofts located on the Hudson River in Tribeca and due to many A-list celebrities the building service is discrete and impeccable.


Today, 416 Washington is situated in the Tribeca North Historic District. The building was converted to condominium in 2003, with the following offerings:

Collection of 67 lofts across 5 floors

Building amenities include: Bike room, Garage, Fitness room, private storage for fee

Walking distance to SoHo’s shopping district.


Neighborhood : SoHo


SoHo is the neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City, notable for being the location of many artists' lofts and art galleries, to movie stars and for the wide variety of stores and shops ranging from trendy boutiques to outlets of upscale national and international chain stores. Read more…


Source: streeteasy.com

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