Fantastic 3BR/2BA with pass-thru kitchen, split berdrooms and W/D in unit. 89 Murray is the new Tribeca luxury rental that brings together absolutely everything a New Yorker wants in a home. What's everything? It's Whole Foods, Barnes & Noble, and Bed, Bath and Beyond in your building. It's Washington Market Park, Rockefeller Park and The Hudson River Park just steps from your door. It's three great schools - P.S. 234, P.S. 89 and Stuyvesant High School - within three blocks. It's Tribeca's best restaurants, bars, boutiques, movies and shopping all around you. It's everything from concerts in the Winter Garden to fresh produce at the Farmers' Market. Best of all, it's a fabulous apartment - with designer finishes, floor-to-ceiling windows, RelatedStyle Services and sought after amenities - in an incredible new building designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
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This is a beautiful Three bedroom, two bath Penthouse featuring a washer/dryer, nice viewsand adining alcove. Abundant closet space.Your extremely well-designed floor-to-ceiling-windowed home features a very versatile home office, abundant closet space, and a pass-through kitchen with a dining area perfect for entertaining your guests, or eating your breakfast wile admiring your penthouse views
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Tribeca is today one of the most sought-after residential locations in Manhattan. But beyond the great places to live, it also boasts diversions galore -- from the culinary to the cultural. TriBeCa stands for “Triangle Below Canal”. The name is derived from the name of Canal Street, a major street in Lower Manhattan.
With its 20,000 residents - mostly wealthy people with a taste for loft living, TriBeCa is more sparsely populated than most of Manhattan. This superb neighborhood in is a triangular-shaped area located below Canal Street. It is flanked by Broadway to the East, by the Hudson River to the West and by Chambers Street to the South. To the north lies SoHo, to the east - Chinatown, to the south - Battery Park City.
Arguably one of the coolest neighborhoods in New York City. Its population soared from a few hundred people in the mid-seventies to over 25,000 today. In recent years, families have taken an interest in the generally larger loft spaces in this fashionable area. Its proximity to the West Side Highway’s waterfront parks, its quiet streets, the spacious housing and wonderful schools, make it very popular for couples with children. Beyond that, the area just happens to be a loft-lovers dream-come-true, with many of its warehouses having already undergone extensive conversions. Loft living is so desirable that many of the newest structures to be built in Tribeca are designed with “loft like” ceiling heights.
Now one of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods, Tribeca continues to draw the finest purveyors of food and services, furniture and recreational facilities, fine and fun dining establishments as well as is becoming a second Broadway with a wide variety of theater and cultural attractions.