Tribeca Five, a new development in New York, is aptly named because of its location in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood. The prewar condominium has been converted but still retains that classic Tribeca element, as the conversion kept the high-ceilinged, open designed.
These apartments may retain their traditional elements, but that doesn’t mean they’re not up to date with brand-name appliances, like Sub-Zero refrigerators and wine coolers, Wolf dual-fuel ranges, Asko dishwashers and GE microwaves. The large windows in each unit provide a lavish amount of natural sunlight.
The Tribeca Five is uniquely decorated with many elements depicting a time that is both traditional and very now. This includes a large, arched window on the fifth floor. The overall look is completely fresh, meaning there is no other New York real estate feature the same look.
The amenities offered by Tribeca Five begin with the building’s roof deck. This deck features an impressive view of Manhattan. The roof deck features an outdoor Viking stove/barbecue, which means good times and food during the warmer months. This deck also features a fire pit, bar and lounge area. The outdoor furniture is made of teak, and an outdoor shower is an added convenience.
Amenities are rounded out by a virtual doorman service. Residents have access to storage space. The last available amenity is an off-site concierge. The location could very well serve as an amenity, as the Tribeca Five is within walking distance of fine dining and nightlife and is a half block from the subway.