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39 Worth Street #2E

Tribeca, NYC|$7,400

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

Nearby Subways

Franklin St, 0.07 mi.

Chambers St, 0.12 mi.

Canal St, Holland Tunnel, 0.15 mi.

Chambers St, 0.16 mi.

Canal St, 0.19 mi.

City Hall, 0.19 mi.

Canal St, 0.20 mi.

Key Details

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