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Living room rendering via Millarc Living room rendering via Millarc
In anticipation of a fall sales launch, new renderings have been released for the condo conversion at the landmarked 15 Jay Street. Five gracefully appointed lofts will combine contemporary needs, refined finishes, and historic details like exposed brick, wooden beams, high ceilings, and wide plank floors into distinctive, elegant homes.
15-Jay-Street-2 Penthouse renderings via Millarc
15-Jay-Street-3 Kitchen
15-Jay-Street-4 Terrace
Apartment #1 will be a one-bedroom duplex with a large recreation room and over 300 square feet of private outdoor space. Apartments #2-4 will be floor-through, two-bedroom units with high ceilings and expansive Great Rooms. The penthouse will have a full-floor master suite and over 1,500 square feet of private terraces.
15 Jay Street aerial view Google Earth map of 15 Jay Street
15 Jay Street is located on a cobblestoned block in the heart of the Tribeca West Historic District. The brick building with stone trim incorporates both Romanesque and neo-Grec elements, and was designed by D. & J. Jardine in 1887. Developer John Castee erected it as a store and loft building; soap-making machinery manufacturer Thos. F. Condon & Co. had headquarters there at one point. It was most recently used for storage and offices.
Meshberg Group is the conversion's design architect and interior designer. The elevator building amenities will include a package room, bike room, storage, and video intercom. MNS will handle sales, and prices are expected to range from $4 million to $8 million, above Tribeca's median condo price of $4.998 million, per CityRealty data. An offering plan filed with the attorney general indicates a $25.5 million sellout.
15 Jay Street exterior Google Earth image of 15 Jay Street circa November 2017
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