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AT THE CORNER OF HOT AND STYLISH

Amid the tony downtown developments is 32 Laight Street. Just off Hudson Street, inside a fully restored 1909 building, only three of the sunny-all-day full floor units are left, ranging from 2,450 to 2,457 square feet. Ceiling heights are generous at 10 feet, the windows are enormous and select grade white oak is used throughout. They boast spacious sleep areas, dens (which can easily be converted to another bedroom), home offices and plenty of professionally finished wardrobe storage. The open kitchens sport white wood matte finish lacquered cabinets, creamy white polished concrete worktops and the best in stainless steel appliances, including Sub-Zeros. Bathrooms feature very large slate tiled walls, floors and tub surrounds in a rich gray, double sink vanities, and separate shower stalls. For security, the building features a Virtual Doorman. From $2.1–$2.3 million. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.

RICHARD ORENSTEIN | 212-381-4248 | HALSTEAD PROPERTY

 
       
 

SHINING STAR

A magnificent Art Deco office tower designed by Buchman & Kahn in 1926, South Star at 80 John St. is a conversion by architect Stephen Jacobs and interior designer Andi Pepper, the twosome known for their super styled Hotel Gansevoort. Off Gold St., the tower features one- to three-bedroom units, ranging from 900 to 1,412 square feet with ceiling heights that reach nearly 11 feet over the wide-plank Brazilian cherry floors. Many have washers and dryers. Kitchens feature custom cherry cabinetry with granite worktops and appliances from Sub-Zero and Bosch. Spa-like master baths boast custom-designed mahogany millwork with marble or granite vanity tops. Residents have access to hotel services such as the Gansevoort Concierge, the Gansevoort Roof Deck Sky Bar and preferred access to ONO, the Gansevoort’s world-class restaurant. Other pleasures include a fitness room with a rock climbing wall machine. On-site Parking. From $1.09 million. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.

BARRIE MANDEL | 212-809-3180 | CORCORAN GROUP MARKETING

 
   
         
 

 

 

TRIBECA INS AND OUTS

Downtown-seeking buyers should stop in at the landmark conversion to see what’s still available at the TriBeCa Summit at 415 Greenwich St. With a unit mix of two- to four- bedroom lofts, including duplex penthouses, square footage ranges from 2,500 to 4,500 with bamboo-covered floors and ceiling heights nearly 13 feet up. Some have outdoor space. 12,000 square foot townhouses feature ceilings over 15 feet and 7,700 square feet of outdoor space. Bulthaup b3 kitchens have appliances from Sub-Zero, Miele, Viking and Bosch. Carrara marble master baths feature separate showers, Kohler Tea for Two soaking tubs, and mahogany vanities. The roof deck and two courtyards are lushly designed by Thomas Balsley. Other top-drawer amenities include a resident’s lounge, a playroom by Blue Bench, a fitness center, concierge services and valet parking. From $2.25 million. OCCUPANCY EARLY 2008.

PHILIP TANEN | 212-965-0030 | PRUDENTIAL DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

 
       
“The development, the energy, the beauty and history make downtown the new epicenter of Manhattan,” says Michael Shvo, President of SHVO. “Our latest project, W New York-Downtown Hotel & Residences, brings together a dream team to create the first, globally branded luxury hotel and residence project of its scale in New York’s hottest new neighborhood.”  
 


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