This handsome TriBeCa building was designed by Henry J. Hardenbergh and built in 1901, several years before the architect would design the Plaza Hotel on Fifth Avenue. Known as the Textile Building, it was converted in 1999 to 46 residential condominiums. Apartments feature gas fireplaces, soaring loft ceilings, oversized windows and individually controlled heating and air-conditioning; many offer dramatic city views. The building???s original columns???anchored with steel plates and rivets???can still be found in each apartment. Amenities at this pet-friendly condominium include a garden, a rooftop terrace with a children's play area, a fitness center, a bicycle room, a media room, and an on-site attended 50-car garage as well as a bar and catering kitchen for private entertaining. In addition to its immediately-visible historical architectural significance, the Tribeca East Historic District is a favorite for great restaurants and shopping as well as proximity to parks, playgrounds and bike paths and all public transportation.
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