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The Tribeca Summit, 415 Greenwich Street


The Tribeca Summit, 415 Greenwich Street


Bold, beautiful and prime real estate in Tribeca, the Tribeca Summit was converted into lofts, duplexes and penthouses. This historic landmark building was built in 1912 and was once the Summit Warehouse, a former storage and distribution center.


One of the larger residential conversions in TriBeCa, this very handsome, 8-story building at 415 Greenwich Street between Hubert and Laight Streets is known as the TriBeCa Summit. 

The very handsome building is notable for its very fine and large cornice and its classic architecture, which is on a par with many of the city’s better pre-war apartment buildings.  

It is catty-corner to the large and impressive office complex at 388 Greenwich Street and it is directly across from a low-rise garage. 


There’s hardwood floors throughout these units and open kitchen designs that include Viking cooktops, Miele ovens, SubZero refrigerators, Bosch dishwashers and black granite countertops. The marbled baths have large, six-foot soaking tubs, separate showers and mahogany cabinets.


Thomas Balsley Associates, the firm responsible for designing over 100 public parks throughout New York City and urban projects around the world, made the Tribeca Summit’s onsite green spaces functional and beautiful. There’s a lushly landscaped rooftop sundeck, courtyard gardens and stunning atriums that penetrate the building’s core.


Steps away are some of New York City’s finest dining and boutique eateries, public transportation, and great public schools. Tribeca Summit is the definition of lofty living in a neighborhood that’s known for its laid-back ambiance, quiet cobblestoned streets and beautiful green spaces such as Washington Square Park.


Neighborhood : Tribeca


The area was among the first residential neighborhoods developed in New York beyond the boundaries of the city during colonial times, with residential development beginning in the late 18th century. Today, Tribeca is one of America's most fashionable and desirable neighborhoods and is known for its celebrity residents. Read more…


Source: http://streeteasy.com/nyc/building/tribeca-summit

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