Welcome home to this high-floor, prewar, Tribeca condo loft awaiting your design in the storied 395 Broadway Condominium. With 11-foot ceilings and three large windows high above Walker Street, this spacious loft features all-day sunshine, incredible potential, and historic prewar quality. Currently configured as one king-sized bedroom with two home offices, the residence is essentially raw space waiting to be reconceived as a large two-bedroom with home office and a massive open floorplan living & dining room. The kitchen is large and ready to be modernized. Both bathrooms are well-proportioned and have tubs.
Built in 1899 by the renowned New York architect Robert Maynicke, 395 Broadway is an uncommon prewar condominium (not a co-op) in the Tribeca East Historic District. Standing 15 stories high, with two elevators and a grand marble lobby, the building has a live-in resident manager who accepts packages, storage, a bicycle room, and laundry on every other floor. The buildings beautiful roof deck with sparkling city views is open year-round.
The building, located at the Tribeca - Soho border, is surrounded by some of New Yorks most renowned shopping, dining, and entertainment. The Gourmet Garage grocery store is one block away and the building is close to all transportation, including the A/C/E, N/Q/R/W, 6, and J/Z subway lines.