93 Worth Street
93 Worth Street, New York City, NY
|93 Worth Street|
93 Worth's beautiful exterior.
|Architect||Eran Chan, ODA|
|Number of Units||92|
|Number of Floors||18|
|93 Worth Street, New York City, NY|
|Region||New York City|
|Municipality||New York City|
|Title of Land||Condominium|
Rich in history, 93 Worth was built in 1924 as a textile factory. Prior to its conversion into a condominium in 2011, it had been used as an office building for five decades. 93 Worth was purchased by IGI-USA in October of 2011.
During 93 Worth’s transformation to modern residential lofts, much of the building’s structure was left intact, including the high ceilings, 7-foot windows and the building's original steel beams and columns, which were meant to reflect the stitches of sewing machines. The interior design of 93 Worth was also chosen to honor the building's history, and features 7-inch wide white oak plank floors and custom, brass patina fixtures.
Located between Broadway and Church Street, 93 Worth Street is in the Tribeca Civic Center area of New York City. Tribeca is largely recognized as the best neighborhood in New York City due to its desirable location and rich history - it's a visually communicative area, one where you can actually see a lot of its history because most of the architecture is original. Tribeca is commonly referred to as the perfect home for artists and actors. 93 Worth is centrally located with nine train lines within three blocks of the development.
Formerly called the Lower West Side, Tribeca was built up in the mid to late-1800s for commercial purposes. The architecture was designed and aimed for specific, practical uses, and it was designed for manufacturing and warehousing. The original area was rich in space and light.
93 Worth was developed by IGI-USA and designed by Eran Chen of ODA-Architecture in Fall 2011. Utilizing the building's original steel columns and high ceilings, Eran Chen married the artistic side with the creative side when designing the high-end condominium.
The 175,000-square foot building was completely renovated and restored to be a modern luxury condominium with a total of 92 units. The property was also built to offer approximately 10,000-square feet of commercial/retail space.
Residential sales began at the end of the 2012 year. CORE is the exclusive marketing and sales brokerage.
"The original large floor plan allowed for us to create generous layouts with flow, scale, and light that work well for a variety of residences." - Eldad Blaustein, CEO of IGI-USA.
Layout and Features
93 Worth offers a mix of studio, one, two, three and four-bedroom residences, along with seven grand penthouses. The lofts feature oversized, custom 7-foot windows, solid wood doors, high ceilings, original exposed steel columns, Eran Chen custom designed brass patina Waterworks fixtures, 7-inch wide white oak plank floors and private laundry.
The kitchens include appliances from Viking, Sub-Zero and Miele. Bathrooms consist stained oak cabinet vanities with marble tops, and marble-tiled floors and walls. Most residences feature a wet room with enameled, cast iron clawfoot tub and ceiling mount rainforest showerhead.
- 24/7 Concierge
- Live-in super
- Grand, vaulted lobby with perforate Corian panels, vaulted ceilings, and original chandeliers
- Open lounge with a pergola and kitchen station
- Fitness center
- Children's playroom
- Dog washing station
- On-site laundry facilities
- Bicycle storage
- Private storage available
- 3,845-square foot rooftop with panoramic city views
Countless floor plans exists for 93 Worth, here in an example of a floorplan of one of the seven penthouse units: