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101 Warren Street - TriBeCa, New York

 
 
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Unit Beds Baths Price* Sq Ft Date Listed Quick View
1280 2 2.5 $3,250,000
1,473 04/16/2019 Photos & Floorplans
1930 2 2.5 $3,495,000
1,611 02/14/2020 Photos & Floorplans
2750 2 3 $3,995,000
1,920 02/18/2020 Photos & Floorplans
3210/3240 7 7 $17,950,000
6,400 11/13/2019 Photos & Floorplans
890 1 1.5 $1,875,000
979 01/03/2020 Photos & Floorplans
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Unit Beds Baths Price* Sq Ft Date Listed Quick View

1280

2 Beds |2.5 Baths

$3,250,000

Sq Ft 1,473

Date Listed 04/16/2019

Photos & Floorplans

1930

2 Beds |2.5 Baths

$3,495,000

Sq Ft 1,611

Date Listed 02/14/2020

Photos & Floorplans

2750

2 Beds |3 Baths

$3,995,000

Sq Ft 1,920

Date Listed 02/18/2020

Photos & Floorplans

3210/3240

7 Beds |7 Baths

$17,950,000

Sq Ft 6,400

Date Listed 11/13/2019

Photos & Floorplans

890

1 Beds |1.5 Baths

$1,875,000

Sq Ft 979

Date Listed 01/03/2020

Photos & Floorplans

101 Warren Street - TriBeCa, New York

Completed in 2007, this Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill-designed, 35-story, million-plus square foot mixed-use development consists of 227 condominium apartments, 132 rental apartments, a Whole Foods Market and a Barnes & Noble Booksellers. Though TriBeCa has long been a destination neighborhood for celebrities, models and moguls craving more space, the minds behind 101 Warren intended to give buyers more choices under one roof. Residences include 'Skyhomes', 'Tower Lofts,' townhouses and more. Under that same roof is a pine forest, a boxwood maze, a spa, a media center and a playroomin what developers call its 'artrium.' The project's developer commissioned a 14.5 foot high sculpture by Joel Shapiro for the building's entrance its two double-height lobbies boast large tapestries by Roy Lichtenstein. Amenities at this 21st-century downtown condominium residence include a doorman, a concierge, a residential manager, a 'Bloomberg Financial Lounge' with international newspaper service, a 'Board Room' facility with a screening area, 24-hour attended parking, the aforementioned indoor/outdoor children's play area, a garden maze, sun decks, and a 8,400-square-foot-glass-walled health and fitness center. Within strolling distance of the Hudson River, the popular TriBeCa neighborhood is a favorite for its classic 20th century industrial architecture and great restaurants as well as proximity to the parks, playgrounds and bike paths of the Hudson River Greenway and waterfront recreation areas.

Building Data for the building listed. All total, average and median numbers provided by Urban Digs.

Building Data:

Active Sales Listings:

Total Inventory on Market: 8

Average List Price: $4,860,625

Sold:

Total Inventory on Market: 431

Active Rentals Listings:

Total Inventory on Market: 3

Average List Price: $13,333

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Building Details:

Condo

Neighborhood: TriBeCa

Built in 2006

214 Units

35 Floors