A Trendy Full-Floor Loft in a 19th-Century Tribeca Building Lists for $5.45M

In Tribeca, old and new mingle as neighbors. Boundary-pushing buildings like Jenga-esque 56 Leonard stand just steps away from historic structures that have had a plethora of past lives. With this beautifully blended atmosphere, apartments in the neighborhood also tend to also reflect a delicate balance of past and present. This trendy full-floor loft in a circa-1870 Tribeca building is the perfect example and is now on the market asking $5.45 million.

It doesn’t get more open plan and airy than a loft, and while this spread is no doubt luxurious, its easy layout makes it effortlessly cool and laidback. High ceilings, white walls, and natural light create a bright atmosphere where one can simply think, create, unwind, or entertain.

The kitchen comes with a side of sleek glamour with stainless steel appearing in more than just the appliances. The island offers a metallic moment and adds a futuristic element into this 3,000-square-foot residence so that past, present, and future all get represented.

As well as boasting three bedrooms and three baths, the home offers sweet extras like a media room and library. In the heart of art gallery-clad Tribeca, having a splash of culture like this is quite appropriate.

Erin Boisson Aries and Nicola Bottero of Christie’s International Real Estate have the listing.