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Building: 250 West Street

250 West Street, New York, NY, 10013

104 units12 storiesBuilt in 1906

Building Description

In the heart of TriBeCa’s landmark historic district, 250 West Street – the monumental former warehouse built in 1906 – is being transformed into a unique collection of 106 luxury condominium residences by developer El Ad Group and designed by GNA Architects. Overlooking the Hudson River and Hudson River Park’s new Piers 25 and 26, offering activities including, a children’s playground, a miniature... [more]


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Building Amenities

  • Bike Room
  • Children's Playroom
  • Cold Storage
  • Concierge
  • Gym
  • Laundry in Building
  • Live-in Super
  • Package Room
  • Swimming Pool
  • Community Recreation Facilities
  • Storage Available
Outdoor Space
  • Roof Deck
  • NYC Storm Zone 1

Building Facts

Facts 104 units12 storiesBuilt in 1906
District Community District 101City Council District 1Police Precinct 1
Floorplans 181 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 823 documents and permits
Discussions 3 discussions
Sales Listings 2 active sales ($2,285 per ft² avg, $4,895,000 avg price)
151 previous sales ($1,983 per ft² avg, $4,331,376 avg price)
36 previous rentals ($95 per ft² avg, $15,996 avg price)
Architect: GNA Architects
Developer: ELAD Properties
Sales and marketing: Cantor Pecorella
Sales start: 09/24/2011



Sales (2)

#4B - 250 West Street $5,295,000 
6.5 rooms, 2 beds2 baths, 1 half bath2,317 ft²
#9G - 250 West Street $4,495,000 
6 rooms, 3 beds3 baths, 1 half bath




1 at Canal St 0.27 miles

1 at Franklin St 0.31 miles

A C E at Canal St 0.31 miles

C E at Spring St 0.47 miles

J N Q R Z 6 at Canal St 0.51 miles

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