Artisan Lofts Luxury Condos – TriBeCa NYC

Artisan Lofts Luxury Condos in TriBeCa were converted from industrial towers into astounding residences. The building itself is a massive property that includes so many benefits to residences in search of upscale living in the Manhattan area. The amenities of the Artisan Lofts are amazing and help residents to enjoy a relaxing environment. This building hosts an art gallery and exhibits prestigious artwork from all over the world.

Artisan Lofts Luxury Condos are home to an astonishing Artisan Roof Garden that offers great views of the TriBeCa area. The Artisan Lofts are ideal for families or individuals and provides many family friendly features. This building is home to the Children’s Imagination Center which was developed by the Church Street School for Music and Arts that offers a stage and play area for children.

The Artisan Lofts Luxury Condos offers magnificent views of the Empire State Building, beautiful Lower Manhattan, and other confounding buildings on the Hudson River.

Building Amenities and Services

  • Doorman
  • Concierge (Full-time)
  • Gym / fitness center (skylit) featuring:
  • Yoga studio
  • Treatment room
  • Children’s playroom/space
  • Elevator(s)
  • On-site superintendent (resident)
  • Roof deck / terrace

Apartment Features and Amenities

  • High ceilings
  • Cement columns
  • 8-foot windows
  • Walnut kitchen cabinets framed in blackened steel
  • Walnut butcher-block kitchen counter
  • Hand-glazed porcelain tile that graduate the color in bathroom
  • Outdoor space in select units

The Artisan Lofts Luxury Condos in TriBeCa really set the standard for prime Manhattan residency. This luxurious remodel is well maintained and fabulous interior design. The classic loft-style columns, walnut butcher block counters, customized porcelain tiles and various modern elements make the Artisan Lofts exquisite.

Nearest Restaurants: Bubby’s, Moomah, The Harrison, Landmarc, Bouley, Scalini Fideli, The Hideaway, The Harrison, Forgione

Nearest Markets: Whole foods, Food Emporium, Washington Market, Amish Market

Nightlife: Tribeca Grand, Locanda Verde, 77 Warren, Hideaway, Thompson Hotel, Bubble Lounge

Location: 143 Reade Street
Neighborhood:  TriBeCa
Floors: 18
Units: 38
Year Built: Pre-war 1929
Converted: 2008
Floor Plans: 2 to 3 Bedrooms/Penthouse
Size: 1,500 to 3,000 square feet
Prices: $2,895M to $5M
Developer: Bill Brodsky and Elliott Ingerman
Architects: BKSK Architects (exterior) –
Roman & Williams (interior)
Sales and Marketing: Corcoran
Marketing Tel: 212.732-4000
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The total costs for the building averages about $1,600 per foot, not far from the median for Tribeca loft space.

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