Building: The North Moore at 53 North Moore Street in Tribeca
24 floorplans available
Built in 1910
At the northwest corner of North Moore and Hudson Streets.
The North Moore is a conversion of four adjacent landmark industrial buildings totaling 125,000 square feet and designed to accommodate 49 luxury loft condominium units and street-level retail space. The turn-of-the-century buildings, originally used as paper mills, sit on a 17,700-square-foot site in Manhattan’s TriBeCa West Historic District. The buildings share a common entrance on N. Moore Street. A 45-foot long skylight in the lobby connects the four buildings. The second through sixth floors will have nine apartments each, and the seventh and eighth floors will each have two apartments. Seventeen apartments will be floor-through units with front and back exposures. Top-floor apartments have rooftop terraces. A common outdoor roof terrace is shared by all of the building’s tenants. Two-bedroom units range from 1,200 to 1,700 square feet; three-bedroom units from 1,600 to 3,000 square feet; and the one four-bedroom unit is 3,300 square feet.
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