92 Warren Street condominium was built originally circa 1900 then later converted in 2006 by adding 8 additional floors onto the original 5 floor structure, totaling 13 floors and 12 units today. Located at 92 Warren Street steps down from Greenwich Street corner in Tribeca Manhattan the condominium is in a spectacular dynamic part of Tribeca.
A truly exquisite building, the red brick exterior and façade with 3 floors of dramatic arched windows and setbacks at the 6th floor with a large pergola really catches ones attention. With the further setbacks on the higher floors from there with balconies and terrace, and the recessed entrance with double height supporting columns and lush landscaped building front and sidewalk conveys you are walking up to a very special and regal building.
The apartments continue that statement and feature high ceilings, fireplaces, hardwood floors private key locked elevators, large oversized windows, central HVAC system, washer and dryer and some homes are with terraces, while others homes are with balconies that make these exceptional loft homes, fitting of the area and building’s exterior.
The Penthouse with all these goodies further features 3 private terraces totaling about 1,300 square feet.
Chef inspired kitchen are designed with the Poliform cabinetry, exquisite Pietra Cardosa counters, with top-of-the-line integrated Wolf stove, Sub-Zero refrigerator, GE wine cooler and Meile appliances.
The Spa like Master baths have exquisite Calacatta marble floors and walls, Philippe Stark soaking tubs and radiant heated floors providing a truly wonderful and relaxing retreat.
Amenities and building features at 92 Warren Street incude Doorman attended lobby, a fitness room, a children’s play room and, storage.
92 Warren Street Condominium’s fantastic location and highly sought after area with easy access to much of Downtown Manhattan. You are near to Whole Foods and PS- 234 and close walk to Wall Street, fabulous restaurants, nightlife and shopping, Soho with its boutiques, West Village, and public transportation. You are also just short steps to the Hudson River Waterfront with its waterfront running and bike paths new boardwalk, and basketball and tennis courts that makes downtown living so attractive. Plus you have quick easy access to the Holland Tunnel, West Street and the West Side Highway as well as Canal Streets.
Written by John Diamantopoulos