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River & Warren, 212 Warren Street


We were excited to come back from previewing the new BPC building! Conveniently located at 212 Warren Street in northern Battery Park City, River & Warren is the new condominium overlooking the Hudson River waterfront surrounded by Rockefeller and Teardrop Parks. The building is perfectly positioned connecting the two vibrant neighborhoods of Tribeca and Battery Park City.


Originally a rental, the building has been transformed to a glossy new condo. River & Warren offers two, three, four and five bedroom residences with interiors completely reimagined by acclaimed designer-architects CetraRuddy.   Amenities include a full time doorman and concierge, fitness center, playroom, bicycle storage, private storage, and rooftop park with central lawn, sundeck and private entertaining spaces offering panoramic views of the Hudson River and beyond.


The lobby features a sculptural, organically-shaped concierge desk with a custom geometric bronze light fixture overhead. A sculptural wall crafted from walnut is an architectural backdrop to the upholstered seating area. As a full-service building, River & Warren’s staff includes a resident manager, full-time door attendants and concierge, and a staff of porters.


Two bedroom residences priced from $1,425,000

Three bedroom residences priced from $2,310,000

Four bedroom residences priced from $3,945,000

Five bedroom residences priced from $5,585,000

Initial occupancy early 2015


We were very impressed by the affordable 2 bedrooms offered. A very well priced 2 bed is priced $1,565,000, CC $1,244, re taxes(called pilot in BPC) $1,513. See  floor plan below:




Slated for occupancy during the first-third quarter of 2015, the building represents a relatively rare offering of freshly-developed waterfront residential property in a neighborhood where all the land has long been spoken for.


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