Building: The Ice House at 27 North Moore Street in Tribeca
19 floorplans available
Built in 1905
The Ice House was built in 1905 as a Romanesque Revival TriBeCa refrigeration building.
This 150,000 sf project consisted of the creation of fifty-eight individually designed residential lofts. A ten story light court was created to bring light and air to the center of the building. The removed floor area was relocated to the roof to create two story penthouses totaling 15,000 sf. On the upper floors, the units were designed with two-story high living areas.
- Joseph Pell Lombardi Architects
|NYC Storm Zone B|
|1 active sales listings:||$2,495 per ft² (avg)|
|2 previous sales listings:||$1,757 per ft² (avg in the last 180 days)|
|3 previous rentals listings:||$83 per ft² (avg in the last 180 days)|
|2 recorded sales:||$4,150,000 (avg price in the last 180 days)|
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