On Tribeca's most beloved block, at Duane Park: A rare high-floor 2,670-square foot three-bedroom/three-bathroom home with loft-scale proportions, 11' ceilings, and sweeping views, in the full-service Duane Park Lofts Condominium.
Enter through a gracious Venetian plaster-lined foyer and gallery into a magnificent open living and dining room with beautiful beamed ceilings and dramatic northeastern views through wide nine-foot windows. Measuring 26' by 25', the space comfortably fits a huge dining area, a media area, and separate sitting area.
The open chef's kitchen includes a sizable breakfast bar, lots of counter and cabinet space, and high-grade stainless steel appliances. A home office nook, which can be enclosed, also sits off of the living room, in addition to multiple closets.
Gracefully segmented from the living and dining room by a hallway great for artwork, the three bedrooms of the home are all large with beamed ceilings. The primary bedroom suite features two enormous walk-in closets and thoughtful built-ins. It, too, has excellent light and the dramatic northeastern views, as well as a wonderful southern exposure. The ensuite bathroom features both a soaking tub and a separate standing shower.
At the southern end of the hallway sits the second bedroom, with three exposes and views from the brand-new Bogardus triangle park to the World Trade Center and the Woolworth Building. The third bedroom has an ensuite bathroom, large closet, and southern exposure. Along the hallway are also the home's third full bathroom and a side-by-side washer and dryer in their own closet. The home has multi-zone central air throughout.
One of the most sought-after condominiums in Tribeca, the Duane Park Lofts offer a 24-hour doorman, resident manager, bicycle and storage rooms, and a beautifully-landscaped roof deck designed by Walter Melvin Architects. The building is pet-friendly.
Built in 1910 as the Sonn Bros. shoe factory and headquarters, 166 Duane Street features a beautiful Renaissance Revival style with Beaux Arts flourishes, unique to the Tribeca Historic District. Located on Tribeca's most prime block, overlooking Duane Park, the building is at the center of all off the neighborhood's world-famous shopping, dining, and cultural amenities.
166 Duane Street is proximate to Washington Market Park and the Hudson River Park and Greenway, including Piers 25 and 26. It is close to all transportation, including the Chambers Street 1/2/3, A/C/E, and R/W subway lines, the World Trade Center PATH Train, and West Street for easy car access in and out of the city.
Currently there is an assessment of $1,121.77 per month.