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The Atalanta via Compass The Atalanta via Compass
Prior to the mid-20th century, many districts in lower Manhattan, Soho and Tribeca among them, were teeming with commercial and industrial tenants whose buildings were designed to support their machinery and workers. When the businesses closed or moved elsewhere, the neighborhoods went downhill and the lofts were left empty, cold, and devoid of running water in some cases. These factors made it affordable for artists to live and work in lofts, which in turn brought new respect for neighborhoods like Soho Tribeca, and Chelsea.

In recent years, the typical loft's open plan, oversized windows, and high ceilings supported by thick columns are seen as assets by developers converting the commercial spaces to residential. This week's new condo listings show just how far the loft has come - these homes in some of the city's hottest neighborhoods come with top-of-the-line fixtures and super-luxe amenities.
129-Greene-Street-1 All images of 129 Greene Street via Corcoran
129-Greene-Street-2 Dining area
129-Greene-Street-3 Kitchen
129-Greene-Street-4 Bedroom
Situated on the finest prime cobblestone block in Soho on Prince and Greene, 129 Greene Street is a sumptuously designed and sprawling full-floor loft condominium with 13-foot ceilings and 11 oversized windows facing both east and west. With 50 feet of width, this 2/3 bedroom plus large home office has the flexibility to accommodate a loft connoisseur's need for palatial openness while meeting the practical functionality required of separate spaces and privacy. Read more.
129 Greene Street #2FL floor plan Floor plan via Corcoran
11-Beach-Street-1 All images of 11 Beach via HFZ Capital
11-Beach-Street-2 Dining area
11-Beach-Street-3 Kitchen
11-Beach-Street-4 Bedroom
An elegant entry gallery leads to the Great Room that effortlessly adjoins the gracious, open eat-in chef's kitchen with a center island breakfast bar. The luxurious grand master bedroom features two spacious walk-in closets, an enormous master bath with double vanities, freestanding soaking tub, separate shower, and private water closet. Read more.
11 Beach Street #4A floor plan Floor plan via HFZ Capital
77-Reade-Street-1 All images of 77 Reade Street via Douglas Elliman
77-Reade-Street-2 Kitchen
77-Reade-Street-3 Bedroom
77-Reade-Street-4 Terrace
Quintessential loft living in one of Tribeca's most sough after boutique condominium buildings. Designed by the highly regarded BKSK Architects, this expansive loft boasts a vast open living/dining great room with over 30 feet of south-facing windows. Read more.
77 Reade Street #2EAST floor plan Floor plan via Douglas Elliman
13-East-16th-Street-1 All images of 13 East 16th Street via Prevu Real Estate
13-East-16th-Street-2 Living room
13-East-16th-Street-3 Bedroom
13-East-16th-Street-4 Roof terrace
This one-of-a-kind loft features a private roof deck, 12-foot barrel ceilings, a wood burning fireplace, solarium windows, central air conditioning, custom lighting, high-end finishes and custom millwork throughout. The modern chef's kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and island is open to the living space and sunlit by the large arching skylight above. Read more.
13 east 16th Street #8R floor plan Floor plan via Prevu Real Estate
25-North-Moore-Street-1 All images of The Atalanta via Compass
25-North-Moore-Street-2 Dining area
25-North-Moore-Street-3 Kitchen
25-North-Moore-Street-4 Bedroom
So stunning that it has been published in several international and national design books and publications and featured as Interior Design magazine's "Best of the Year", this one-of-a-kind residence features superior craftsmanship, design, and is customized for modern living! Upon stepping into the residence, your eyes are immediately drawn to the soaring concrete-poured ceilings, warehouse-style southern facing windows and endless art walls. Read more.
25 North Moore Street #2A floor plan Floor plan via Compass
92-Laight-Street-1 All images of River Lofts via Douglas Elliman
92-Laight-Street-2 Kitchen
92-Laight-Street-3 Office area
92-Laight-Street-4 Bedroom
As you enter into the formal foyer of this convertible two bedroom home, you are greeted with its airy 10 foot high ceilings and open Varenna custom kitchen with beautiful honed granite countertops. This home is equipped with top of the line appliances from Miele, Subzero and Bosch and features central controlled HVAC with HEPA filtration, stacked washer/dryer, and ample custom closet spaces throughout. Read more.
92 Laight Street #3J floor plan Floor plan via Douglas Elliman
421-Hudson-Street-1 All images of The Printing House via Sotheby's
421-Hudson-Street-2 Living room
421-Hudson-Street-3 Kitchen
421-Hudson-Street-4 Bedroom
Located in the heart of the West Village, this spacious convertible apartment has recently undergone a stunning gut renovation. The apartment features 6" solid oak wood floors throughout as well as a soaring double height living room with 15-foot tall ceilings. Read more.
421 Hudson Street #523 floor plan Floor plan via Sotheby's
13-Harrison-Street-1 All images of 13 Harrison Street via Brown Harris Stevens
13-Harrison-Street-2 Living room
13-Harrison-Street-3 Kitchen
13-Harrison-Street-4 Roof terrace
13 Harrison Street is a grand 24' wide, 5-story loft-style townhome with stunning proportions and exceptional light throughout the superbly renovated living space. An additional approximately 1,600 square feet of magnificent outdoor space is afforded throughout the south-facing terrace and sunny roof deck. Read more.
13 Harrison Street #TH floor plan Floor plan via Brown Harris Stevens
443-Greenwich-Street-1 All images of 443 Greenwich Street via Corcoran
443-Greenwich-Street-2 Kitchen
443-Greenwich-Street-3 Bedroom
443-Greenwich-Street-4 Roof terrace
Located on a cobblestone street in prime Tribeca, a never-been-lived-in duplex penthouse is on the market. This residence is a commitment to luxury living, offering sophistication, quality, and casual elegance. Read more.
443 Greenwich Street #PHF floor plan Floor plan via Corcoran
655-Sixth-Avenue-1 All images of The O'Neill Building via Douglas Elliman
655-Sixth-Avenue-2 Kitchen
655-Sixth-Avenue-3 Bedroom
655-Sixth-Avenue-4 Terrace
This spectacular and one-of-a-kind duplex in the historic O'Neill Condominium offers an unparalleled combination of indoor and outdoor space, as well as sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline! The spacious layout encompasses 4,819 square feet on the interior and three large terraces totaling 2549 square feet of outdoor space! Read more.
655 Sixth Avenue #PHB floor plan Floor plans via Douglas Elliman
655 Sixth Avenue #PHB floor plan
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