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Tribeca is one of New York's most desirable neighborhoods due to its proximity to the Financial District, an incredible stock of beautiful historic buildings, tranquil human-scaled streets, well-regarded restaurants, and top-performing public schools. Near the commercial center of the neighborhood at the vibrant east-west thoroughfare of Chambers Street, stands Tribeca Rogue.

Earlier this year, Greystone Development kicked off sales on the 10-story condominium development designed by Woods Bagot. Unlike much of the neighborhood, the ground-up project has an undeniably contemporary look. However, its facade composed of full-height windows offset by very robust masonry panels is a nod to the area’s industrial roots. Now, nearly finished with the Starbucks and Vitamin Shoppe ground-floor outposts already open, Greystone is busy offloading the light-filled, full-floor condos above.
108-Chambers-Street-1 Tribeca Rogue via Greystone Development
146-Church-Street-03 Looking up the dynamic and punchy Church Street facade in early November 2019 (CityRealty
Tribeca-Rogue-04 Unfortunately the building is directly next to the ugliest condo conversion in city history, The Keystone Building. But will have unparalled access to 7-Eleven and a Sleepy's mattress store
All eight apartments are entered by direct, keyed elevator, and interiors by Woods Bagot feature airy atmospheres, soaring ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Kitchens come outfitted with full Gaggenau appliance suites, marble counters and backsplash, and utility room with washer/dryer. The seventh-floor unit has a private terrace, and the duplex penthouse on floors 9-10 enjoys both a private terrace and a private rooftop.
108-Chambers-Street-2 Model living room (All interior images via Evan Joseph)
The full-floor units bring every apartment a corner window overlooking the beautiful Cary Building
108-Chambers-Street-3 Typical kitchen finishes
Master bedroom
Tribeca Rogue Windowed master bath
Tribeca-Rogue-floor-plan Floorplan via Nestseekers
The accepted offering plan lists a $28.27 million sellout for the project, amended down from an initial offer of $30.45 million. To that end, a two-bedroom on the eighth floor is listed for $3.575 million, and a two-bedroom on the second floor is listed for $2.995 million. At an average price of $2,093 per square foot, Tribeca Rogue comes in above the neighborhood condo closing average of $1,847 per square foot (CityRealty data).
Tribeca Rogue offers a virtual doorman and package room, but its greatest amenity may be its prime downtown location on the corner of Church and Chambers Streets. City Hall Park is only one block away, and premier Tribeca dining and fitness options can be found on surrounding streets. Seven nearby subway lines allow for an easy trip anywhere in New York. Additionally, despite its modest height, most of the building's residences offers sweeping views over the architecturally rich neighborhood.
Tribeca-condo-sales Like much of Manhattan residential sales, Tribeca has taken a hit in recent months, especially as closings at super-high-end developments such as 30 Park Place and 56 Leonard peter out
108-Chambers-Street-4 Tribeca views via Evan Joseph
Tribeca-Rogue-03 (Greystne Development)
Tribeca-Rogue-04 If variety is the spice of life then Tribeca's streetscape would be considered picante'
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