• For Rent
  • Monthly Rent of 11,950 USD 
  • Property Type: Apartment
  • Bedroom: 2
  • Bathroom: 2

Available furnished, from 3 months minimum to a year, is this perfect comfy home away from home, airy, bright, and spacious. Overlooking Franklin Street, this gorgeous, rare, pre-war sun-soaked loft, is in a handsome Edwardian 12 story building named Collect Pond House. The building, having undergone an extensive renovation, has just 3 apartments per floor, an impressive staircase with marble steps, ornate wrought iron railings, floor to ceiling marble slab walls and brand-new elevators.

A newly renovated windowed hallway on the third floor opens into this enormous 11-foot ceilinged space with six - 7 ft. tall windows - two in the kitchen, that has counter seating along with a separate round dining table seating five, and four tall windows in the large living room. In fact, the current oversized desk doubles as a dining table for entertaining and chairs are available. There is a washer and dryer in the unit along with a Bosch dishwasher, grill, and full kitchen amenities.

The Premier Bedroom contains an en-suite bathroom and has a door that closes the wing off ensuring quiet and privacy. The second bedroom can also be used as an office. Both bedrooms are at the back of the unit away from the street and the loft is currently configured with three separate work areas should you require them.

In addition to a common roof deck, video intercom, video security and full-time super, recent major capital improvements have added new bike storage, package room, mail room, freshly renovated hallways and two brand new elevator cabs. A restored Beaux-Arts marble lobby with wrought iron bridge has been recently restored to its original glory.

An expansive Gourmet Garage grocery store on the ground floor is stunningly convenient and open long hours. The ability to access a great many subways within minutes is very advantageous for traveling anywhere in the five boroughs. Very close proximity to the many restaurants and shops in Tribeca, Soho, Chinatown, Wall St and Nolita.

Collect Pond House has rich Tribeca history. Constructed in 1909, it originally housed the Royal Typewriter Company as its first tenants. The textile house Bernard Semel, Inc., moved into the building in the 20's and the firm placed its name between the first and second floors.

After it was converted to co-op in 1978, the first owner of 3C was the owner of the Mudd club, a fixture of Tribeca's "scene" of the late 1970's and early 80's. Since then, the loft has been occupied for many years by a television producer, an artist and their family.



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Available furnished, from 3 months minimum to a year, is this perfect comfy home

, Brooklyn, New York, United States is a Brooklyn luxury Apartment listed for rent Monthly Rent of 11,950 USD. This high end Brooklyn Apartment is comprised of 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Find more luxury properties in Brooklyn or search for luxury properties for rent in Brooklyn.