Sold & Closed. Apartment 4B is a three bedroom, two-and-a-half bath loft with twelve soaring windows on the corner of Worth and Church Streets. The elevator opens directly to the entry foyer where hallways connect separate wings; one, loft-like for living and entertaining, and the other, private for study and sleep. Each room has high ceilings, oak floors, and gracious proportions. The master suite has an elegant eight-by-ten foot walk-in closet, and the en suite has marble floors and wainscoting, vanities for two, a glass shower, and a deep soaking tub.
Built in 1859 as two separate cast iron Italianates, 73 Worth was combined and transformed into thirty residential condominiums in 2002. They are faced in white stone above the first story with the original cornice topping the rising columns and neat rows of rectangular window bays. The buildings were constructed for retail, office, the sale of dry goods, and pre-industrial manufacturing of things like textiles, rugs, and books. Among the notable tenants was Augustus D. Julliard, the businessman responsible for funding the famous Lincoln Center School for the Performing Arts uptown. The building was put on the historical registry in 1992 as part of the Tribeca East Historic District. Unit 4B is offered for resale for only the second time.
Tribeca has emerged as New York’s preferred neighborhood for people who can choose to live anywhere they want. The neighborhood is gentler than the rest of downtown with wider streets and a quieter ambiance. Everyone has space. It’s laid-back, yet Tribeca consistently has the highest sale prices in the city. The nearby schools are so good that a cooperative, community-minded attitude has developed among the Tribecans, and living here, you will find all of the conveniences and high-quality amenities you expect in the world’s greatest city.
The building has a 24-hour staff, including a superintendent and attended lobby. There is basement storage available for your use and three elevator banks for convenience and privacy. The apartment has been wired for surround sound, and there is oak wood flooring though out. The appliances are Gaggenau, Bosch, and Sub-Zero. All twelve windows are more than seven feet high. The ceilings are more than eleven feet at their highest.