73 Worth Street, The Worth Building
Located in an historic TriBeCa doorman-attended condominium, this superb 2,571’ loft boasts 12’9” ceilings, twelve oversized windows and sunlit South & West exposures from every room. The handsome cast-iron and marble-faced Italianate loft building was constructed in 1859 for Herman D. Aldrich and, in 2006, converted to residences. A light-flooded corner Living/Dining Room with six windows features thoughtfully designed bookshelves and open southern views. The Chef’s Kitchen boasts a granite breakfast island anchored by a beautifully restored original cast-iron column, a full complement of state-of–the-art appliances and a large walk-in pantry. A spacious Master Bedroom with an en-suite Marble Bathroom and walk-in closet and two additional Bedrooms, sharing a Marble Bathroom, each enjoy southern exposure. A Laundry and a Home Office complete this classic loft, offered in mint condition with private elevator or stair entry, central air-conditioning and CitiQuiet windows throughout.