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TRIBECA FRILLS

A 2,758-square-foot, double-corner, three-bedroom loft is now available at the luxe-plus Hubert Condominium, between Hudson and Collister Streets, in Tribeca’s historic district. Recently featured in Interior Design magazine, this prized seven-room unit on the 10th floor features drop-dead gorgeous finishes and furnishings, such as multi-paned windows, soaring ceilings, and unobstructed city and Hudson River views. The open kitchen’s Poggenpohl cabinetry is topped off in Costa Esmeralda stone worktops; all the bedrooms come with en-suite bathrooms; and you’ll find custom-designed built-ins and storage throughout. The Waterworks-tiled master baths feature radiant heated floors, a deep soaking tub, and a separate rain shower. The loft also comes with a staff room and laundry room. Residential amenities include a 24/7 doorman and state-of-the-art health club. $5.995 million. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.

Richard Orenstein | 212-381-4248 | Halstead Property

     
           
 

BEST OF THE WEST

Choose from one- to four-bedroom residences (including townhomes with garden terraces and penthouses with set-back terraces) at the Element Condominium on West 59th Street. Ranging from 740 to 3,369 square feet, all units feature four-inch white oak floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, and washer/dryers. Open kitchens sport Italian white lacquer cabinetry and CeasarStone worktops—and appliances from Bosch and Sub-Zero. Master baths are dressed in limestone and mosaic tiles and come with glass-enclosed rain showers and Zuma soaking tubs. The only-at-Element Wine Valet provides unlimited wine storage in a climate-controlled cellar, free delivery, and access to personal sommeliers from Morrell & Co., who will also arrange at-home events and tastings. Building amenities: lounge, fitness center with spa treatments, indoor pool, indoor basketball half-court and squash courts, FAO Schwartz-equipped playroom with Jodi’s Gym classes, an expansive Quennell Rothschild-designed great lawn, and Abigail Michaels concierge services. From $850,000. OCCUPANCY FALL 2007.

Shlomi Reuveni | 212-977-5900 | Corcoran Group Marketing

 
   
 
 

GETTING A GOOD EDUCATION

Transformed from a previous New York City Board of Education building, which was originally commissioned for the Elk’s Club in 1925, to coveted condos, 110 Livingston, located in downtown Brooklyn, is selling studios to three-bedroom-penthouses, each with bamboo flooring, ceilings from 10- to 16-foot high—many with brilliant skyline views. Sleekly designed kitchens are filled with Sub-Zero, Viking, Bosch, and Thermador appliances (including washer/dryers), and cabinetry is topped off in stone. Pietra del Cardoso-soapstone master baths feature Vitabath whirlpool baths, Kohler cast-iron tubs, and walk-in showers. There’s a state-of-the-art fitness center, a large rooftop deck with cabanas for sale, round-the-clock concierge services, and on-site parking. From $530,000. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.

Asher Abehsera | 718-222-2500 | Two Trees Managements

 
 
“Venerable posh addresses continue to shine, but these days, some of the best luxury addresses are found where it would have been inconceivable years ago, such as FiDi,” says Kent M. Swig, president, Swig Equities, “Downtown’s Financial District now boasts luxury condominiums carved from historic buildings, such as 25 Broad Street.”  
 


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