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101 Warren Street

Condo located in Tribeca, between West Street & Greenwich Street

 

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The 227 elegant new condominium residences at 101 Warren Street are the centerpiece of a Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill-designed, 35-story, million-plus square foot, mixed-use development which includes a Whole Foods Market and Barnes & Noble Booksellers. The range of services and amenities includ a fitness center and spa, attended parking, indoor/outdoor childrens play area, Board Room with screening area, and Bloomberg Financial Lounge, complete this unparalleled offering. TriBeCa is a neighborhood in downtown Manhattan. The name is a syllabic abbreviation of "Triangle Below Canal Street." It runs roughly from Canal Street south to Park Place, and from the Hudson River east to Broadway. TriBeCa was an industrial district, dominated by warehouse structures, that in the last decade has undergone a major revitalization. Many warehouses have been converted to livable residential lofts and new businesses which emerged make the neighborhood much more like a community than an industrial district. Residents like the neighborhood for its vibrancy, as well as for the solitude and harmony achieved by mixed zoning. TriBeCa is now a fashionable residential neighborhood with an affluent population. Many of the streets are lined with boutique shops and high-end restaurants such as Nobu, Chanterelle and Bouley. TriBeCa is also home to the TriBeCa Film Festival. The neighborhood is a frequent filming location for movies, including the 1984 hit movie Ghostbusters, which took place in a TriBeCa firehouse. Many celebrities reside in TriBeCa, including Mariah Carey, Harvey Keitel, M. Night Shyamalan, James Gandolfini, Michael Imperioli and Robert DeNiro (who had a very high profile in the district`s revival, such as by establishing the annual TriBeCa Film Festival in 2002). David Letterman has a residence there, as did the late John F. Kennedy, Jr.. After the September 11, 2001 attacks, TriBeCa initially suffered financially. However, government grants and incentives provided an infusion of capital and the area rebounded. Amidst the recent real estate boom, Tribeca housing prices outpaced even that of the red-hot Manhattan market as a whole. Forbes Magazine ranked the 10013 zip code in TriBeCa as the 12th most expensive zip code in the United States in 2006.[1] 

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"Two level building with tower units having fabulous views. Full service with attended parking,fitness center,sun deck,sceening room, and childrens playroon. Great restaurants from upscale Nobu, Bouley, Il Gilio to local eateries. Close by subways. Shopping at Century 21 and specialty stores. Whole Foods will open in building."
"Very nice condo building in a great area of Tribeca and close to good schools."
"I have sold a 3 bedroom in the building and continuously show it for both sale and rent. It is an amazing full service TriBeCa building and has not comps other than 200 Chamber....which is blows out of the water. I know it like the back of my hand...love the product."
"Great building and excellent location! The building staff is friendly and this building is new."
"This is a "blue chip" full service building that caters to the "who's who" of the financial world. Uptown amenities in a downtown loft-like building. Gym, children's playroom, media room, storage and parking"
"Lovely finish here, a "polished" building for Tribeca."
"Great Tribeca Condo building"
"The 227 elegant new condominium residences at 101 Warren Street are the centerpiece of a Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill-designed, 35-story, million-plus square foot, mixed-use development which includes a Whole Foods Market and Barnes & Noble Booksellers. A private, elevated pine tree forest designed by renowned landscape architect Thomas Balsley; original tapestries presiding over sophisticated lobbies furnished by acclaimed designer Victoria Hagan; spectacular views of the city skyline and Hudson River; elegantly proportioned layouts by Ismael Leyva Architects; and a comprehensive range of services and amenities, including a fitness center and spa, attended parking, indoor/outdoor children's play area, Board Room with screening area, and Bloomberg Financial Lounge, complete this unparalleled offering."
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