Authentic full-floor loft with Hudson River views and low monthlies. 76 Laight Street, Unit #2 presents an incredible opportunity to create the loft of your dreams in prime Tribeca. Rarely do lofts like this become available at this price point. First showing at open house Wednesday, October 19th, 5-7PM. This is an unbeatable opportunity to purchase a classic pre-war corner loft with genuine details that are impossible to replicate. Step out of the private keyed elevator opening directly into the unit and prepare to be amazed by the loft's gracious proportions. Light gleams through the 9 gorgeous oversized windows overlooking both quintessential Tribeca vistas and also a stunning view of the Hudson River and beyond. Ceilings soar up to 11' from the original maple floors to the barrel-vaulted ceilings, creating an expansiveness and authenticity that embodies a true artist's loft. The massive space boasts three windows facing South and six facing West, allowing light to pour in during the day with unobstructed views of the sunset over the river in the evening. The open kitchen is outfitted with a Subzero refrigerator and freezer, and has enormous potential. Currently configured as 2 bedrooms plus a home office used as an interior bedroom, two full baths, and a powder room, the dynamic nature of a loft lends itself easily to a conversion into 3 full bedrooms. The substantial master suite features ample closet space and a huge master bath, currently configured with a large soaking tub and separate standing shower. With exquisite details and enchanting exposures, the potential to create a masterpiece here is unmatched.
Originally built in 1899 as a factory manufacturing pharmaceuticals, 76 Laight Street was converted to a boutique cooperative in 1977 with 10 full-floor residences, a common roof deck, and shared storage. This classic warehouse building is nestled in the heart of Tribeca's cobblestoned streets, boutiques, and restaurants, while just steps from the Hudson River Park and convenient to almost every subway line across Canal Street. This is a Co-Exclusive