Tribeca: What’s New and Next

A variety of projects, varying in scope and scale, aim to attract different types of buyers to Tribeca

100 Barclay. (Courtesy Williams New York)

100 Barclay. (Photo: Courtesy Williams New York)

“Historically, Tribeca was known as a target for families due to the fact that most of the units are very large—the conversion from existing warehouses and manufacturing buildings in many cases tied the developers’ hands to create large units that appealed mostly to families,” Corcoran broker Tamir Shemesh told the Observer. “Sometimes this was intended, sometimes it wasn’t.”

“The projects coming on the market now are very different,” he said. “They offer very different layouts—small apartments, large apartments.

“The more people getting to the neighborhood, the more people will hang around. Slowly but surely, it will change,” Mr. Shemesh noted, though he’s certain of one thing. “It will never be like the Village, where you see people all the time, because of the lack of retail spaces and restaurants.”

 

30 Warren. (Courtesy M-Prime)

30 Warren. (Photo: Courtesy M-Prime)

30 Warren
30 Warren Street
Twenty-three one- to three-bedroom condos, including three full-floor penthouses. Units range from 1,000 to over 2,500 square feet; some have private outdoor space. Ten-foot ceilings, Miele appliances in units, building has a fitness center and children’s playroom. Expected occupancy fall 2017.
Developer: Cape Advisors
Sales and marketing: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group
Pricing: $2 million to $10 million
Website: 30warren.com

111 Murray. (Courtesy Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

111 Murray. (Photo: Courtesy Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

111 Murray
111 Murray Street
One hundred fifty-seven condos, ranging from studio to six-bedrooms. Units have 10-foot-6 ceilings, stained white oak floors and Molteni kitchen cabinets. Amenities include a lap pool, children’s splash pool, spa with treatment rooms and saunas, beauty salon, yoga studio, media room, private dining space with catering kitchen and private outdoor space. Expected occupancy first quarter 2018.
Developer: Witkoff, Fisher Brothers and New Valley
Sales and marketing: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing
Pricing: $2.03 million to $18.9 million
Website: 111murray.com

60 White. (Courtesy Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

60 White. (Photo: Courtesy Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

60 White
60 White Street
Eight units total, four in contract. Floor-through lofts, including two penthouses with private outdoor spaces. Ceiling heights from 10.5 feet to 16.5 feet, units feature radiant heat flooring and sustainably and locally sourced materials. Building has a fitness center, video doorman, lounge club with bar and projector room alongside a solarium. Immediate occupancy.
Developer: Sorgente Group
Sales and marketing: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing
Pricing: $4.58 million to $4.61 million
Website: 60white.com

290 West Tribeca
290 West Street
Adkimi & Andreoli-designed condo, made up of 13 lofts with three to four bedrooms, ranging from 2,241 to 3,165 square feet. Three penthouses including one full-floor, 3,060-square-foot penthouse, has 1,640-square-foot terrace with a private pool. Twenty-four-hour doorman, courtyard, fitness center. Immediate occupancy.
Developer: VE Equities
Sales and marketing: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing
Pricing: $6.50 million to $15 million
Website: 290west-tribeca.com

Ralph Walker Tribeca. (Courtesy Williams New York)

Ralph Walker Tribeca. (Photo: Courtesy Williams New York)

Ralph Walker Tribeca
100 Barclay Street
Condo conversion designed by Ismael Levya Architectects, starting on the 11th floor of a prewar landmarked building. Interiors done by Grade, with lobby spaces done by Champalimaud. One to five bedrooms, 161 units, 31 stories total. Around 40,000 square feet of amenities, including fitness center with yoga and Pilates studios, heated lap pool, spa treatment room, residents’ lounge, media room, teen room and wine-tasting room. Expected occupancy spring 2016.
Developer: Magnum Real Estate Group & CIM Group
Sales and marketing: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing
Pricing: $4.34 million to $12 million
Website: ralphwalkertribeca.com

12 Warren. (Courtesy DDG)

12 Warren. (Photo: Courtesy DDG)

12 Warren
12 Warren Street
DDG-designed LEED certified residences, some with private terraces. Thirteen total units, from full-floor to triplex townhouses. Black Saint Laurent marble countertops in kitchens; ceilings range from 10 feet to 22 feet in townhouses. Fitness studio, bicycle storage, 24-hour doorman and concierge. Expected occupancy mid-2016.
Developer: DDG
Sales and marketing: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group
Pricing: $5.70 million to $7.30 million
Website: 12warren.com

49 Chambers. (Courtesy The Marketing Directors)

49 Chambers. (Photo: Courtesy The Marketing Directors)

49 Chambers
49-51 Chambers Street
Architect Wood Bagot is designing the condo building, which will have 81 homes ranging from one to four bedrooms. Building amenities include tween lounge, multipurpose lounge, catering kitchen, indoor pool, exercise room, virtual golf, yoga studio, screening room, sauna and steam room, and roof deck. Interiors by Gabellini Sheppard. Sales launch spring 2016.
Developer: Chetrit Group
Sales and marketing: The Marketing Directors
Pricing: $1.90 million to $7.50 million
Website: themarketingdirectorsinc.com

 

Tribeca: What’s New and Next