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88 Franklin Street, #3

Listing no longer available on CityRealty as of Sep 27, 2015
It previously was on the market for a total of 112 days.
Last Sold on Mar 13, 2020 for $6,700,000
4 beds, 3 baths | Approx. 4,001 ft2
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  • Buyers
  • Elizabeth Marie Ferreira, Trustee
  • Jeremiah Tabor Kane, Trustee
  • The Arrowhead Grove Trust
  • The Marion Northwood Trust
  • Sellers
  • Giorgio Desantis
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112 days on Market

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  • Listed: Jun 7, 2015
    Days on Market: 112
    Building Type: Condominium
    Neighborhood: Tribeca (Manhattan)
    Listing viewed 550 times
Monthly Common Charges: $1,500
Monthly Real Estate Taxes: $2,041
Total Taxes & Fees: $3,541 ($0.89/ft2)
Est. Monthly Mortgage: -
Total Est. Monthly Carrying Cost: $46,438 ($11.61/ft2)
Note: the above is based on a down payment of 20% ($1,640,000), which is the minimum amount permitted by the building.


MAGNIFICENT, LUMINOUS and MASSIVE! Incredible ARTISTRY and DESIGN coupled with perfect FUNCTION are showcased in this formidable 4000SF loft in prime TriBeCa on beautiful Franklin Street. Six custom made new windows spanning the 50-foot width highlight the beauty of the South facing, sun-filled loft with 12-foot ceilings, majestic wooden beams and enormous living areas.

Gorgeous, wide hickory flooring, stunning modern track lighting and hand sourced artistic lights create an environment of incredible beauty and warmth for an inspiring living and entertaining experience. Throughout the building all mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems were replaced 3 years ago when the building was converted from a commercial building into a residential loft building, while the elevator was replaced last year. Hence every floor offers its own interpretation of loft living with completely different floor plans and design elements.

On the third floor the "Threshold Interiors" design team created a master piece out of this totally raw space and its design was lauded in an NYTimes article and on the HGTVs You Live In What? show. An incredibly stunning and inviting kitchen transports you into a world of a super chic restaurant.

It consists of: elegant and classic 24 x 24 inch porcelain floor tiling; Limba wood cabinets and blackened steel cabinets and book shelves; custom-made blackened steel hood and back-splash; a 48 Sub-Zero Pro refrigerator and a 48 Wolf Dual Fuel Range; sparkling mosaic wall tiles; countertops and immense kitchen island made from 3-inch thick marble slabs that were reclaimed from the historic Independence Mall in Philadelphia.Equally exciting are the four bathrooms each totally different from the other, all adorned with imaginative and unique design elements, a juxtaposition of state-of-the-art fixtures, artistic tiles and reclaimed design elements which infuse the loft with downtown soul and beauty. The den is a magical place to relax in with a barn-wood wall and a control 4 home theater. The four bedrooms are incredibly bright and well sized and include a huge and spectacular master bedroom suite.

Additional highlights are a control 4 stereo music system as well as a beautiful 100 bottle built-in wine cellar in the loft. The combined common charges and taxes are extraordinarily low and come to less than $1 per SF. Perfectly located for all the subways and the beauty & excitement that Northern TriBeCa offers..

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Apartment Amenities

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About 88 Franklin Street

Building Amenities

  • Washer/Dryer in building
  • Elevator
  • In-Unit Washer/Dryer

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