Discreet is the word that comes to mind at 465 Washington Street, a boutique collection of luxury condominiums in Tribeca. From the subdued grey-brick facade to the serenely minimalist lobby to the graceful, loft-like residences themselves, this converted warehouse is a study in understatement. It offers everything you’d want and spares no expense when it comes to the details that matter. And it does it all in the most refined manner. This is what discerning Downtown living looks like.
Developed By Veracity Partners LLC
BrokerCompass Development Marketing Group
Zakrzewski + Hyde Architects have converted a five-story, turn-of-the-century warehouse into a 10-story luxury condominium building. The combination of the traditional brick base with the steel-and-concrete addition feels classic, but current, while loft-like, full-floor layouts and large fixed-pane windows afford the ultimate combination of privacy and access.
Known for cobblestone streets and waterfront views, Tribeca was once part of a parcel of land given by Queen Anne of England to Trinity Church. Today, the neighborhood, named for its location in the “Triangle Below Canal Street,” is quiet and inviting, with a restaurant scene that includes local institutions like The Odeon and Bubby’s, and ample outdoor space in the Hudson River Park and Washington Market Park. Off the beaten path, the petite Mmuseumm displays objects that tell the story of life today. Every summer, the Tribeca Film Festival draws filmmakers, actors, and artists to the neighborhood.
Paris Forino designed the residences—there are just nine three- and four-bedroom homes in total—which exude a handsome elegance. That’s thanks to the color combination of black and white and the use of wood throughout. The kitchens, for example, pair Calacatta slab countertops with oak cabinets and black accents; bathrooms are decked out in black or white marble; and black moldings make the oversize windows stand out even more. Throughout, there are top-of the-line appliances and fixtures from Wolf, Sub-Zero, and Waterworks.
The curated amenities package at 465 Washington includes a landscaped roof deck, an intimate fitness center, and private storage. But the real draw here is the location. This is a quiet residential street in one of Manhattan’s toniest neighborhoods. And the shops, restaurants, and cafes of Tribeca, as well as the waterfront attractions of Hudson River Park, are just a short stroll away.
- Bike Storage
- Cold Storage
- Fitness Center
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