Light-Filled Living in Tribeca
On a highly coveted Tribeca corner, the condominium building at 140 Franklin Street is an architectural masterpiece designed by Albert Wagner and built in 1887.
It is considered one of most important landmarked buildings in the neighborhood and today is known as a locus of exclusive modern living.
Relaxed living and grand entertaining
Offering a generous 6,226 square feet, this rare and refined home on the building’s second level was designed for relaxed living and grand entertaining and was crafted and refurbished using the finest materials and finishes—including floor-to-ceiling steel casement doors, double-hung windows, the building’s original decorative steel columns, and wide-plank oak floors.
The easy, thoughtful layout boasts an array of attractive spaces, chief among them a great room that lives up to its name, measuring 100 feet and featuring 12-foot ceilings and wide windows affording panoramic views and glorious natural light.
Other highlights include a living room with a wood-burning fireplace, a corner library with picture-perfect views, a karaoke room, a versatile space that currently serves as a study and play area, and an open kitchen with a banquette, a stone-topped island with counter seating, a butler’s pantry, and state-of-the-art appliances.
Warm, welcoming ambience
Every spaces is filled with a warm, welcoming ambience that pays homage to the building’s 19th-century provenance but have been equipped with desirable modern features, from individually zoned central air conditioning to surround sound.
Private quarters consist of two master suites—one with two custom dressing rooms and a luxurious bath—four guest bedrooms, and staff quarters.
A 24-hour doorman and two temperature-controlled storage units are among the building’s amenities.
Offered at: $18,500,000
Location: 140 Franklin Street, New York, NY 10013
Represented by: Laurie Silverman