This floor-through loft features enormous open spaces on both sides. On the west side is the vast great room, 44' x 25', with 14'+ ceilings. The look is classic TriBeCa, with giant picture windows looking out on Broadway, custom-built bookshelves (and built-in sliding ladder), beautiful red oak floors, exposed brick walls with dramatic recessed lighting, a wood-burning fireplace, and a wall above it that slides open automatically to reveal the flat-screen TV. The adjacent open kitchen includes a long breakfast bar and kitchen island, as well as appliances by Miele, Thermador, and Sub-Zero.
On the east side of the loft is the enormous master suite. As you enter, to the right are two large walk-in closets. To the left is the master bathroom, with its oversized soaking tub and rain shower. And in front of you is one of the largest master bedrooms in New York City, about the size of 14 king beds. Here the ceilings are also 14' high -- except under the dazzling skylight, which is even higher. A spiral staircase leads up to the mezzanine loft gym. And the suite opens out onto a large private terrace, dramatically lit, wired for music, planted with lush bamboo, and equipped with its own irrigation system.
Connecting these enormous open spaces is a long corridor with cunningly designed space on both sides. On one side is the second bedroom. On the other is the corresponding full bath, as well as an unusually large laundry room. And up the stairs is the mezzanine level, which includes a home office (or third bedroom) with a Juliet balcony overlooking the kitchen and living room; a third full bathroom, including sauna and steam shower; a substantial storage closet with wine refrigerator; and a "bridge" to the gym overlooking the master suite.
Built-in Lutron lighting and Sonos audio complete this luxury loft, letting you set the mood in any room, from any room, day or night.
D'Arte House at 354 Broadway is a boutique condominium building comprising only 12 loft apartments, and it is perhaps the most convenient location in TriBeCa. A ten-minute walk can bring you to iconic TriBeCa restaurants like Bubby's, Locanda Verde, and the Odeon. Or to the heart of SoHo, with its countless glamorous boutiques. Or to the best soup dumplings in New York, at Joe's Shanghai in Chinatown. Or to the fabulous Hudson River Park, with its decathlon of activities on Pier 25.
If you must leave the neighborhood, you can be on the FDR Drive, or on the West Side Highway, or on virtually any major subway, in about five minutes. But why would you want to?Capital Fund Contribution - Equal to two months common charges payable by Buyer.Also available for rent at $24,990.00 per month.
Also available for sale at $6,990,000.