The Atalanta Condominium located at 25 North Moore Street is on one of the most prestigious blocks in Tribeca rich in Manhattan history. Today the Atalanta Condominium is a17 floor, 60 unit apartment building condominium that was originally built in 1924 and converted in 2000.
After the buildings conversion there were three lofts per floor that range in size from approximately 1,900 to 2,926 square feet and two sprawling penthouses duplexes with terraces, one duplex of approximately 4,500 square feet and the second approximately 5,100 square feet with a 400 square foot terrace. The upper floors afford the residents Panoramic views of much of Manhattan’s prized skyline including views west and south of the Hudson River, stunning sunsets and dusk views, Freedom Tower, Financial Center, and northern views of the icon Chrysler, and Empire State buildings and much more.
Features and amenities include 24 hour Doorman, Pre-war details, large oversized windows, spectacular views from upper floors, basement storage, intercom, and roof deck.
The Atalanta Condominium got its roots and bares its name from Atalanta Company that in most recent times used the building in its refrigeration business from the 1980’s and prior from 1924 to 1980 it was used by the Merchants Refrigerating Company.
The location gives you easy access to much of Downtown Manhattan as you are close to many restaurants, nightlife and shopping, Soho, Greenwich Village, public transportation, the Hudson River Waterfront and quick entrance to the Holland Tunnel.
Written by John Diamantopoulos