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All images of 53 White Street via Compass All images of 53 White Street via Compass
Good architecture and craftmanship are timeless, and few projects embody this more than the conversion and rehabilitation of 53 White Street , a sumptuous cast-iron building on one of Tribeca's storied blocks.

The five-story building looks largely the same as it did when it was constructed as a store and loft building in 1857. According to the Tribeca East Historic District designation report, several buildings on White Street were demolished in the late 1920s when Church Street was widened and Sixth Avenue was extended southward. Thankfully, 53 White Street was not one of them, and in 1992 was protected in perpetuity in one of the neighborhoods several historic districts.

One hundred and sixty years since it was constructed, local developer DAB Investments secured Landmarks Preservation Commission approval for the exterior restoration of the building and the addition of a discreet two-story penthouse. While the original fire escapes were allowed to come down, the Italian Tuckahoe marble facade, columns, and cornices now appear pristine. The double-hung wood windows have also been replaced with respectful modern alternatives.

Finally finished and diving into its next chapter as a high-end residential building, the last of its seven opulent condominiums is for sale. To that end, we take a look at this highly crafted downtown affair that may serve as a precedent for pre-war conversions to come.
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“The side streets of the district extending between Broadway and Church Street, which are filled with nineteenth-century store and loft buildings, form exceptionally strong streetscapes” - Tribeca East Historic District designation report


53 White Street - Tribeca luxury condo

↓ Apartments are reached via direct elevator entry, and remain rich in original details like expansive proportions, high ceilings, large windows, and steel columns.

53 White Street - Tribeca condos

↓ All homes feature modern infrastructure like LED warm-to-dim lighting, prewiring for audio, lighting, and climate control, an integrated water filtration system, and a Savant home automation system.

53 White Street - Tribeca condos

↓ The Great Room features a large dining area and a living room with a fireplace.

53 White Street - Tribeca condos

↓ A massive island stands at the center of the kitchen, which includes integrated Miele, Wolf, and Sub-Zero appliances.

53 White Street - Tribeca condos

↓ A gallery hall with a single file of original columns separates the living area from the sleeping area.

53 White Street - Tribeca condos

↓ The bedrooms feature incredible closet space and natural light.

53 White Street - Tribeca luxury condos

↓ All full baths feature radiant heated floors, and the primary features Calacatta marble, cleft slate floors, a free-standing tub, a steam shower, an enclosed water closet, and Fantini fixtures.

53 White Street - Tribeca luxury condos

↓ An interior bedroom can double as a home office.

53 White Street - Tribeca luxury condos

↓ A listing with a private terrace has already entered contract.

53 White Street - Tribeca luxury condos
53 White Street is located near top Tribeca fitness studios and spas - Equinox, Tracy Anderson Method Studio, and Aire Ancient Baths among them - but offers a luxurious health and wellness package just for residents. In addition to a fully appointed fitness center with cardio equipment, weights, and a barre area, amenities include an infrared sauna, a private massage room, and a steam room with chromatherapy and aromatherapy technology. The building also offers virtual doorman service and large storage rooms for every unit. Pets are welcome.
53 White Street - Tribeca lofts
In addition to the wellness offerings, 53 White Street is well situated near Hudson River Park, iconic Tribeca restaurants, hip Soho shopping, and the new Google and Disney headquarters coming to Hudson Square, not to mention area schools, markets, and services. Nearby public transportation options include the Franklin Street 1 and the Canal Street N/Q/R/W and 4/5/6 trains.
51-53 White Street Tribeca landmark condos

53 White Street
An offering plan with a $45.559 million offering plan was accepted in February 2021, and if the recent sales launch is anything to go on, 53 White Street is well on track to sell out in months as three full-floor units entered contract in four days, and one unit remains on the market for $7.6 million. Additionally, the building benefits from its prime Tribeca address, which has seen an incredible volume of deals in the second quarter, up 59% compared to the first quarter and the fourth-highest according to our records which go back to 2003.

Also notable in the neighborhood is a $50 million penthouse at 56 Leonard Street is the most expensive downtown penthouse sale of the year; beyond that, dazzling new buildings and creative condo conversions have regularly featured among the top sales and contracts. Currently, CityRealty shows 231 listings on the market throughout Tribeca with a median price of $4.499 million for condos ($1,995 per square foot) and $3.2 million for co-ops. See a full list of available homes below.



Full-Floor Tribeca Listings
30 Warren Street - Tribeca luxury condos All images of 30 Warren Street via Corcoran
30 Warren Street - Tribeca loft condos
From the listing: Part of the coveted Terrace Collection at 30 Warren, Penthouse 2 is a full-floor home spanning 2,652 square feet and private outdoor space overlooking historic Tribeca landmarks and New York City. This one-of-a-kind home features keyed, direct elevator entry. The spacious entrance gallery leads to an expansive living and dining space with open west and north exposures. See floor plan and full details here.

6 Cortlandt Alley - Tribeca condos All images of Six Cortlandt Alley via Douglas Elliman
6 Cortlandt Alley - Tribeca loft condos
From the listing: Penthouse B occupies the highest level of Six Cortlandt Alley's original structure. This full-floor loft contains a 1,139-square-foot private rooftop-oasis - the largest contiguous stretch of outdoor space available within the building. This terrace comes reinforced to accommodate a hot tub, small lap pool as well as a gas line for a grill. Six Cortlandt Alley, a 19th century Italianate building, has been meticulously restored and converted into five full floor lofts including two duplex penthouses with substantial private outdoor space. See floor plan and full details here.

414 Washington Street - Tribeca loft conversions All images of Pearline Soap Factory via Sotheby's International Realty
414 Washington Street - Tribeca luxury lofts
From the listing: Situated in the heart of the North Tribeca historic district on a cobblestone street where the Pearline Soap Factory once stood, 414 Washington/78 Laight Street is a seven unit ultra-luxury boutique condominium with expansive full-floor lofts. Enter through the direct-key locked elevator landing to the sprawling three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath penthouse with floor to ceiling arched windows showcasing unobstructed Hudson River and Tribeca views. This 3,140 square foot home of luxurious living and entertaining spaces features an oversized living/dining room; a Boffi eat-in chef's kitchen, wine coolers, and abundant storage space. The custom floating staircase leads to an additional 2,100-square feet of private outdoor living space. See floor plan and full details here.

100 Franklin Street - Tribeca loft condos All images of 100 Franklin Street via Douglas Elliman
100 Franklin Street - Tribeca condos
From the listing: PH1 is a 2,854 SF, 3 Bed, 3.5 bath, duplex residence complete with an expansive 946 SF private roof terrace offering beautiful city views over historic Tribeca and the Downtown skyline. The residence features direct elevator access into the Great Room which boasts oversized, picture windows facing east and south over Tribeca and allows for beautiful, natural light to flow throughout. The living area and dining room lead directly to the custom-designed, open eat-in kitchen featuring Carrara marble surfaces, state-of-the-art Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances and direct access to a balcony. See floor plan and full details here.

53 North Moore Street - Tribeca condo lofts The Northmoore via Corcoran
From the listing: Step inside the sprawling 2,436-square-foot residence to discover hardwood floors, walls of windows to the east and west, and soaring ceilings dotted with recessed lighting. You're invited to create generous seating and dining areas in the expansive living room featuring bright views, a fireplace and custom-built cabinetry with stone counters, ideal for serving and storage. In the spectacular open kitchen, a waterfall marble breakfast bar welcomes casual dining, and upscale appliances include a vented Wolf range, dishwasher, wine refrigerator and drawer microwave. See floor plan and full details here.


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