Great location in Tribeca. Loft-style living.
The Not So Good
Awkward layouts and a lot of unusable space. Many apartments lack a view.
The Bottom Line
If you want to live in a new loft style apartment, but don't mind losing the view, then this maybe the right choice for you.
Looks can be deceiving; from the street, the structure at 77 Reade Street may not look like it houses 29 modern lofts, but it surely does. In fact, the residences feature high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and plenty of natural light. Interiors include hardwood ash flooring, white gloss Italian and glass cabinets, and granite countertops in the kitchens appointed with Miele appliances. Baths feature soaking tubs and rain showers with double vanities. Some apartments even have terraces and fireplaces.
One half of the 8-story limestone building was built in 1852, while the other side was finished in 2011. Amenities include a full-time doorman, live-in super, and concierge. A fitness center, landscaped roof deck, and available storage rooms are on the property as well.
Home to modern buildings and cobblestone streets, Tribeca is a hub for a variety of residents. Steps away from subways, and only blocks separating it from Financial District and City Hall, the neighborhood offers upscale shopping, galleries, and epicurean fare at restaurants like Bouley, Marc Forgione, and Khe-Yo.