27 North Moore Street, between Varick Street & Hudson Street
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- 1905Year Built
This attractive pre-war former "ice house" was erected in 1905 and converted by Joseph Pell Lombardi, the very active converted of prime downtown loft properties, to residential condominiums in 1999.
Mr. Lombardi was able to convince the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission to cut a large hole in the middle of this 10-story structure to provide "light and air" for the apartments and to transfer that bulk to the top of the building where he added two setback floors. The building is located in the TriBeca West Historic District and is lcoated between Varick and Hudson Streets. The building is one block south of Ericcson Place, the southern boundary of Hudson Square, which is a block below Canal Street.
One of the penthouse duplex units came on the market in 2006 for more than $12 million. It had 3,884 square feet not including outdoor space, and three bedrooms and was designed by Kevin Sharkey. When the building was initially marketed, apartments ranged in size from 1,500 to 4,800 square feet and ranged in price from about $499,000 to $3,825,000.
The building has a Romanesque Revival façade with six large arched windows topping its six vertical bays at the 9th floor.
The building has a very wide hanging shed canopy typical of many industrial buildings of the building.
The units have Viking stoves, Sub-Zero refrigerators, satellite television, granite countertops in the kitchens, and gas fireplaces.
The building has a 24-hour doorman, an exercise center, and a live-in...
Features & Amenities
- Hi Rise
- Pre War
- Basement Storage
- Roof Deck
- Fitness Center