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Top 10 Tribeca condos overlooking the Hudson River

#1 - 70 Vestry Street

Condo in Tribeca

70 Vestry Street's limestone facade and gracious setbacks pay respectful tribute to prewar architecture, but offers the well-appointed interiors and modern amenities that today's luxury buyers have come to expect. In any era, the waterfront address allows for beautiful Hudson River views.


Price Range
$11.5M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$4,044
Apts Available
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#2 - 67 Vestry Street

Condo in Tribeca

67 Vestry Street is highly emblematic of Tribeca's evolution: It started as a warehouse building, got used as a loft space that attracted artists, and was most recently converted to one of the city's most luxurious condominiums. All 13 half- and full-floor units enjoy expansive floor plates and beautiful river views.


Price Range
$12M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$3,295
Apts Available
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#3 - 111 Murray Street

Condo in Tribeca

The Lower Manhattan skyline has undergone quite a transformation in recent years, and 111 Murray Street makes a dramatic statement with its flared top. Column-free interiors and a towering height allow for unobstructed river and skyline views.


Price Range
$2.3M - $13.5M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$3,312
Apts Available
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#4 - 450 Washington Street

Condop in Tribeca

Amidst the conversion from rentals to sales units, 450 Washington Street got a new facade, a complete interior reconstruction, and a new indoor-outdoor amenity package. What has not changed, though, is its prime address across the street from Hudson River Park and facing the water.


Price Range
$790K - $6M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$2,389
Apts Available
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#5 - River Lofts, 92 Laight Street

Condo in Tribeca

The River Lofts condominium comprises a restored Romanesque Revival warehouse and a newly constructed tower. All apartments feature oversized windows, well-appointed interiors, and a prime Tribeca address across from Hudson River Park and overlooking the river.


Price Range
$3.5M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$2,058
Apts Available
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#6 - One Hundred Barclay Tribeca, 100 Barclay Street

Condo in Tribeca

Originally constructed by "architect of the century" Ralph Walker for the New York Telephone Company, 100 Barclay Street was one of the city's first Art Deco skyscrapers. Amidst the condo conversion, the building was rebranded One Hundred Barclay Tribeca, the Jazz Age lobby was restored, over 40,000 square feet of amenities were added, and the upper floors were transformed into sprawling loft residences with high-end finishes and dramatic skyline and river views.

Amidst the condo conversion, the building was rebranded One Hundred Barclay Tribeca, the Jazz Age lobby was restored, over 40,000 square feet of amenities were added, and the upper floors were transformed into sprawling loft residences with high-end finishes and dramatic skyline and river views.


Price Range
$1.8M - $7M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$2,004
Apts Available
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#7 - 290 West Street

Condo in Tribeca

290 West Street is a somewhat new addition to the Tribeca streetscape, but its mid-rise height and multi-pane fenestration present a modern take on its industrial history. All 13 units enjoy incredible privacy, massive floor plates, and protected Hudson River panoramas through floor-to-ceiling windows.

its mid-rise height and multi-pane fenestration present a modern take on its industrial history. All 13 units enjoy incredible privacy, massive floor plates, and protected Hudson River panoramas through floor-to-ceiling windows.


#8 - 101 Warren Street

Condo in Tribeca

Rising high over the southern tip of Tribeca, 101 Warren Street offers extensive amenities and convenient access to local hot spots as well as public transportation. The apartments inside enjoy expansive floor plates and oversized windows that look out on spectacular river and city views.

The apartments inside enjoy expansive floor plates and oversized windows that look out on spectacular river and city views.


Price Range
$1.9M - $18M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$2,163
Apts Available
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#9 - The Sugar Warehouse, 79 Laight Street

Condo in Tribeca

When the 10-story industrial building at 79 Laight Street was constructed in the mid-19th century, it was one of the tallest buildings in New York. It has long since been overshadowed, but there was no outshining the original interior details and beautiful river views.


Price Range
$4.5M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$1,498
Apts Available
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#10 - 200 Chambers Street

Condo in Tribeca

200 Chambers Street was one of the first high-rises to take shape in Tribeca, and its towering height and floor-to-ceiling windows allow for spectacular city and river views. Its central location near shopping, dining, schools, and public transportation has also made it popular.


Price Range
$2.7M - $12.5M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$2,182
Apts Available
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