Building: United States Sugar Building at 79 Laight Street in Tribeca
The Sugar Warehouse Condominium is a magnificent landmark building located in a prime Tribeca address at 79 Laight Street on the corner of West Street. The historic red brick structure was built by the Grocers Steam Sugar Refining Company in 1853 and was one of the city’s tallest buildings at the time.
In 2002, the Sugar Warehouse was converted into 32 residential condominiums. It is a full-service building with 24/hr doorman, live-in superintendent, personal storage, health club, children’s playroom, and bike room. The building is zoned as live/work, which makes it perfect for those who wish to make a professional office in their home. The Sugar Warehouse is located in front of the Hudson River Park, a five minutes stroll from SoHo, and steps away from some New York City’s world-renowned restaurants. The common roof deck and north and west facing apartments offer phenomenal views of the Hudson River Park, which provides a perfect environment for entertaining and relaxing.
Description provided by Asaf Barlev
- Joseph Pell Lombardi Architects
|Bike Room||Gym||Storage Available|
|Elevator||Community Recreation Facilities|
|NYC Storm Zone A|
|2 active sales listings:||$1,078 per ft² (avg)|
|1 recorded sales:||$2,445,000 (avg price in the last 180 days)|
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