101 Warren St. – TriBeCa, NYC

101 Warren Street: Tribeca Luxury Living

Developed by Edward J. Minskoff Equities, the Tribeca residential building known as 101 Warren Street is an entire block of condominiums and rental apartments. Located at 270 Greenwich Street near the World Trade Center site, Hudson River esplanade, the Financial District and Battery Park City is across the street from Public School 234, a school known for its nautical theme designed by Richard Dattner.

The residence includes more than two hundred twenty condominiums and over one hundred thirty rental apartments. The entry-point for the rental apartments is separate from the rest of the complex.

Completed in 2007, the mixed-use complex that includes both living spaces and office space, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill architect, Mustafa Abadan, boasts a Whole Foods Store and Barnes & Noble bookstore. Rising above a cluster of low-rise and mid-rise structures, the condominium tower has a distinctive checkerboard design covered with Indian granite and glass: The facades on the east and west are somewhat angled, and offer spectacular views.

Its interior, designed by Ismael Layva Architects and interior designer, Victoria Hagen, has a pine tree forest with 101 trees bedded in reddish river rock in the fifth floor atrium. There, you will also find an indoor/outdoor playground.

Amenities of the condominium complex include a doorman, a concierge, and a residential manager. Additionally, condominium residents can take advantage of the “Bloomberg Financial Lounge” which boasts an international newspaper service and a conference room known as the “Board Room” that has a screening area.

Other amenities are its 24-hour attended parking and glassed-in fitness and training facility. For outdoor enthusiasts, a garden maze, landscaping by Thomas Balsey Associates and sun decks give residents access to the out of doors. Some of its more luxurious appointments include the Joel Shapiro sculptures and Roy Lichtenstein tapestries in the lobbies.

Apartments designed with full-height windows, let in expansive light and city views, and they have ceiling heights from 10 to 12 feet. Imported wood, marble and Italian tiles grace the floors. Marble countertops, Sub-Zero, Miele and Bosch appliances complete the gourmet kitchens, some with eat-in alcoves. With multiple layouts to choose from, some of the 101 Warren apartments have great rooms that connect to libraries or extra bedrooms, others have entryways, and still others are two-floor duplexes. In the tower apartments, square-footages can range from 923 to over 4,000. Penthouse units include 20-foot-high out-door galleries.

Listed as one of the top-ten apartment buildings in New York City, 101 Warren’s for sale prices range from $1,832 to $2,192 per square foot. The location has perfect access to the financial district and public transportation.

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