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12 Warren Street (Exterior photo credit:Bruce Damonte  / Lobby photo credit: Robert Granoff 12 Warren Street (Exterior photo credit:Bruce Damonte / Lobby photo credit: Robert Granoff
The recently-finished condo, 12 Warren Street, rises as a craggy escarpment over historic Tribeca. As if some errant glacier scraped its way down Warren Street taking aim at just this double-wide lot, the project wholeheartedly embraces its earth-spun theme.
Faced with varying layers of roughly-hewn bluestone chiseled from an upstate quarry, it’s difficult to believe the façade was shaped by man and computer. Fully-integrated design and build firm DDG, with their in-house architect Peter Guthrie, are the out-of-the-box thinkers responsible for the vision. Other DDG projects following similarly unorthodox and highly-customized approaches include the underway 180 East 88th Street, XOCO 325, and 100 Franklin Street.
12-Warren-Street-04 Exterio marquis detail, Credit: Field Condition
As one of the most unique and complex exteriors attempted in the city, 12 Warren had already garnered much interest prior to its sales launch in early 2016. Now, only 3 of its 13 one-of-kind condos remain on the market. They include two full-floor 3-bedrooms on the 6th and 7th floors that measure more than 3,000 square feet apiece. Highlights include a keyed elevator entrance, 7.5-inch-wide plank Austrian white oak floors, custom bluestone and oak details and a great room with 50 feet of linear frontage. Kitchens have Saint Laurent marble finishes and a full suite of Gaggenau appliances, while the 5-fixture master baths have Dornbracht fixtures in polished chrome.
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12-Warren-street-05 12 Warren Street #6 - 3-Bed for $7.45 million
12-Warren-05 12 Warren Street #7 - 3-bed for $3.95 million
12-waren-street-03 12 Warren #2 - 2-Bed for $3.3 million
The sales team, led by Douglas Elliman, have signed all five of the building’s penthouses into contact — the priciest of which closed for $5.25 million. A total of 5 closings have been recorded so far; all 3- and 4-bedroom spreads coming in at an average of $1,932 a foot.

The 12-story building is located just west of City Hall Park, which is suddenly experiencing a surge of condo developments. Some of the coming developments include The Woolworth Tower Residences, 49 Chambers, 267 Broadway, One Beekman, and 25 Park Row. Tribeca remains the most sought-after neighborhood in the city and it's average closing prices are nearly double the Manhattan average.
12-Warren-Street-04 Upper floors offer views over Tribeca, CIty Hall Park and the Brooklyn Bridge (Field Condition)
12-Warren-street-03 Tribeca condo median vs Manhattan (CityRealty)
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