Tribeca Summit at 415 Greenwich Street in Tribeca, New York City
Bold, beautiful and prime real estate in Tribeca, the Tribeca Summit was converted into luxury condos, duplexes and penthouses. This historic landmark building was built in 1912 and was once the Summit Warehouse, a former storage and distribution center.
Designed by H. Thomas O’Hara, the Manhattan architectural firm that’s responsible for several luxury resident and commercial projects, the huge warehouse building was transformed into ten floors of 65 large-scale, luxury condos in a beautiful Tribeca neighborhood.
There are two to four bedroom lofts, penthouse duplexes and townhomes with soaring ceilings, from 12-1/2 feet to 15-1/2 feet. Think large, open spaces with light, light and more light. The penthouses have large terraces and the multi-level townhomes have outdoor spaces as well. All units have amazing city views.
While the neo-Renaissance exterior is a stunning example of prewar elegant architecture so prevalent in Tribeca, these luxury condo’s interiors are modern, airy spaces with an abundance of character, modern design and beautiful, top-notch finishings.
There’s hardwood floors throughout these units and open kitchen designs that include Viking cooktops, Miele ovens, SubZero refrigerators, Bosch dishwashers and black granite countertops. The marbled baths have large, six-foot soaking tubs, separate showers and mahogany cabinets.
Thomas Balsley Associates, the firm responsible for designing over 100 public parks throughout New York City and urban projects around the world, made the Tribeca Summit’s onsite green spaces functional and beautiful. There’s a lushly landscaped rooftop sundeck, courtyard gardens and stunning atriums that penetrate the building’s core.
These luxury condos in Tribeca are steps away from some of New York City’s finest dining and boutique eateries, public transportation, and great public schools. Tribeca Summit is the definition of lofty living and luxury condos in a Tribeca neighborhood that’s known for its laid-back ambiance, quiet cobblestoned streets and beautiful green spaces such as Washington Square Park.
Amenities at the Tribeca Summit include:
- 24-hour concierge
- Attended parking
- Fitness Center
- Children’s Playroom designed by Tribeca boutique Blue Bench
- Bicycle Room and storage spaces
- Gourmet “triangular designed” kitchens with Viking, Miele, SubZero and Bosch appliances and granite countertops
- Baths with Carrara marble, custom-designed mahogany cabinets and Kohler Tea for Two soaking tubs
- Rooftop deck, internal atriums and courtyard gardens
Developer: KBS Capital Advisors
Architect: H. Thomas O’Hara
Landscape Architect: Thomas Balsley Associates