Luxury Living, Tribeca Style

New renderings were just released for developer Six Sigma’s 56 Walker Street just popped up on Curbed, and they are truly one-of-a-kind. Douglas Elliman’s Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes will exclusively market the boutique luxury condo housed in a historic cast-iron building. There are only four residences inside, and they feature veined marble galore, futuristic design elements, and ultra high-tech gadgets. iPad touch screens control room functionality and light switches. Touch sensors replace traditional drawer and cabinet handles. These homes even act as meteorologists: rain sensors detect precipitation and automatically close windows accordingly.

56 Walker Street is the newest addition to the extravagantly luxurious residences of Tribeca, a neighborhood known for its celebrities residents, historic cast-iron architecture, and epic lofts.

11 N. Moore St.

Scaffolding came down on 11 North Moore Street’s cast-iron concrete facade a few months back, exposing a glassy grid of windows.

Designed by Adjmi & Andreoli, this new Tribeca project offers exclusive condo loft residences and penthouses.

The 18 lofts and penthouses feature oversize picture windows with gunmetal gray coated aluminum framing, and up to 8-foot ceilings. Penthouses feature Spark 4’ Fire Ribbon fireplaces. The grand penthouse offers 7,0612 square feet and a dramatic 3,168 square roof terrace with private pool. The residences include motorized shade controls for all windows, wide-plank 6” white oak floors, GE washer/dryers, and grand doorways with Valli & Valli Lucias satin chrome lever handles.

Kitchens boast Italian Dada cabinetry with gray and white matte lacquered finish, honed Carrara Marble countertops and backsplashes, and Italian Dada gray oak center islands with mitered Carrara Marble honed waterfall countertops. Bosch and Sub-Zero appliances are integrated throughout. Marvel wine refrigerators are offered in penthouses. Recessed and pendant Dada lighting are featured throughout. Master baths, secondary bathrooms, and powder rooms feature honed Statuary Marble wall tiles, Antonio Lupi Wenge Wood double vanities with integrated sinks and. Master baths have Zuma or Americh freestanding surface tubs are freestanding white matte. All have Grohe Allure fixtures in polished chrome and Duravit toilets throughout.

11 North Moore Street offers an amenities package with 24-hour doorman, state-of-the-art fitness center, and private storage.

Sterling Mason

The Two-Tone cast-iron and pre-war masonry lofts at 71 Laight Street have been in the works for quite awhile, but everything about this modern renovation and re-imagination of historic Tribeca has been worth the wait. The Sterling Mason is home to 33 luxury lofts with just three per floor. Residences feature exposed beamed ceilings, oversized picture windows, exposed pillars, and chicly modern chandeliers. Doors are a stunning solid white oak. Kitchens are designed by Christine and John Gachot with Henrybuilt custom walnut cabinetry, marble center island, and integrated Sub-Zero, Miele, and Viking stainless steel appliances. Countertops and backsplashes are made of honed Imperial Danby marble and stainless steel sinks are from Franke, with Lefroy Brooks brushed nickel deck-mounted fixtures.

Bathrooms offer Gachot-designed, double white oak Henrybuilt vanities, marble walls, hand-laid herringbone tiled flooring, and special edition soaking tubs by Lefroy Brooks. Spa showers feature Bianco Dolomiti marble with Lefroy Brooks brushed nickel showerheads.

Penthouses at Sterling Mason offer such luxuries as forty-foot long gallery living and dining rooms that are ideal for entertaining. They boast fireplaces, landscaped wraparound terraces, and floor to ceiling windows with incomparable sweeping city and river views.

The exceptional amenities package offers private fitness center with yoga studio, concierge, doorman, porters, and underground parking for convenience and privacy. The library and courtyard offer luxurious relaxation.

The Cobblestone Loft

Located on the cobblestoned corner of Laight and Vestry Streets, 28 Laight Street was built in 1891 as a red brick warehouse, and maintains its architectural integrity as a historical piece of Tribeca’s landscape. There are 32 luxury loft residences that marry rustic charm with modern sophistication. Residences feature whitewashed brick walls high ceilings with exposed whitewashed joists, wide plank maple flooring, wood burning ovens and oversized windows. Recessed track lighting and exposed piping run throughout.

Chef’s kitchens feature an array of luxurious finishes, including black paneled maple or stainless steel cabinetry with integrated stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and generous center islands. Master bedrooms offer seamless, integrated closets and an abundance of storage space. Bathrooms have spa tiling and soaking basins.

Amenities at The Cobblestone Lofts include doorman, concierge, rooftop deck, and garage. Pets are welcome.

The American Thread Building

One of the first ever luxury conversions in Tribeca, this Renaissance Revival building at 260 West Broadway was built for the New York Wool Exchange in 1894. The building is instantly recognizable by its stately curved Roman brick facade and has a place on the National Register of Historic Places.

Renovated residences feature lacquered wood flooring, recessed track lighting and exposed pipes, and spacious open kitchens featuring stainless steel appliances such as Sub Zero refrigerators, Frigidaire Gallery dishwashers, Bertazzoni ranges, some with chef’s islands. Many have dual-temperature wine fridges. Bathrooms offer classic features such as subway tiling and dark wood cabinetry.

The American Thread Building offers an amenities package including doorman, concierge, gym, in-house laundry, roof deck, and live-in super. Pets are welcome.