39 Worth Street, 2E, Tribeca/SOHO/Chinatown, NYC - $7,400 - Brown Harris Stevens | Bold Honest Smart, Luxury Real Estate

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39 Worth Street, 2E

Tribeca, NYC|$7,400

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39 Worth Street 2E, Tribeca/SOHO/Chinatown, NYC, $7,400, Web #: 18076862
39 Worth Street 2E, Tribeca/SOHO/Chinatown, NYC, $7,400, Web #: 18076862
39 Worth Street 2E, Tribeca/SOHO/Chinatown, NYC, $7,400, Web #: 18076862
39 Worth Street 2E, Tribeca/SOHO/Chinatown, NYC, $7,400, Web #: 18076862
39 Worth Street 2E, Tribeca/SOHO/Chinatown, NYC, $7,400, Web #: 18076862
39 Worth Street 2E, Tribeca/SOHO/Chinatown, NYC, $7,400, Web #: 18076862
39 Worth Street 2E, Tribeca/SOHO/Chinatown, NYC, $7,400, Web #: 18076862
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Expansive Floor-through Loft

This quintessential Tribeca loft features 13.5' ceilings, original hardwood floors, a keyed elevator opening directly into the home, and a private 270 square-foot terrace. It can accommodate multiple sleeping areas, has a 6' X 17' walk-in closet, brand new Viking kitchen appliances, and a full-sized washer and dryer. Available...

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This quintessential Tribeca loft features 13.5' ceilings, original hardwood floors, a keyed elevator opening directly into the home, and a private 270 square-foot terrace. It can accommodate multiple sleeping areas, has a 6' X 17' walk-in closet, brand new Viking kitchen appliances, and a full-sized washer and dryer. Available immediately unfurnished, for 12-24 months.

39 Worth St, a landmarked building and a renowned example of cast-iron architecture, was designed by Isaac Duckworth and completed in 1866. It was constructed for James Smith, a New Yorker who made his fortune as a manufacturer of fire engines. For many years a textiles manufacturing site, it was converted into a nine-unit residential co-op in 1981.

Floorplan for 39 Worth Street, 2E

Key Details

Rented Property Tribeca, NYC
Rental
$7,400

ID: 18076862

Residence Information

Rooms: 4.0
Bathrooms: 1.0
Outdoor space: Terrace
Air conditioning: Windowed
Washer and dryer: Yes

Building Information

Period: Pre-War
Built: 1866
Building Type: Loft

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