Main Page

From Condopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
About Condopedia

Today's Featured Building: Tribeca Space

Tribeca Space showing the addition on the roof

Tribeca Space, a condominium conversion project at 25 Murray Street, wraps around from the Murray Street side, along Church Street for the full block, and then to Warren Street on the far side.

Throughout its history, this building, which is actually four buildings in one, was occupied by several different businesses at once. The developers combined the space into one large development and put a nice new six story topper on it, albeit, the wrong color.

The addition tips its hat to the style of architecture that the original part displayed, but didn't quite get it. The pale and bland colored topper tries to emulate the decorative protruding block formations that scale the facade periodically and the quoins along the corners of the old building, reasonably successfully.

Still, by re-purposing the old structure and maintaining the original facade, the building is not out of place in the neighborhood. Now it contains 74 new and spacious condominium units near downtown Manhattan close to City Hall.


Tribeca Space, as the name suggests is located in the neighborhood of Tribeca, an acronym for the Triangle Below Canal Street.

The park at the City Hall of New York City looms large on the next block to the east. Schools of every description are located throughout the immediate area covering all age groups. The 60 story Woolworth Building is a block and half away, the world's tallest building in 1913. 40 Wall Street and the Chrysler Building over took it in 1930. It's been a New York City landmark since 1983.

Residents of Tribeca Space don't need to venture very far for their "designer coffees" or a meal. Restaurants, grocery dtores and bars are densely situated throughout the neighborhood.

St. John's University and Battery Park City are a short stroll away and the memorial for the World Trade Center Towers is six blocks from the building.


Cities and Regions:

Loading map...

Cities and Regions:

Region Buildings Housing Units
New York City, NY 622 102,804
Los Angeles, CA 77 10,247
Vancouver, BC 220 39,121
Chicago, IL 51 14,683

Staff Picks:

740 Park Avenue - Known as one of New York City's premiere apartments buildings, 740 Park Avenue is famous for being the childhood home of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.

Ansonia - A former hotel with a long and storied history of famous residents, scandals, and tumultuous times, the Ansonia is known for its distinctive architecture and lavish design detailing.

City Spire - At the time of its construction, City Spire was the world's second tallest concrete building, and today is known for its record setting three floor penthouse with panoramic views of Manhattan.

Apple Bank Building - A landmark building that once housed the Central Savings Bank, the Apple Bank Building is known for its luxury, including a fitness center that is illuminated by a chandelier.

Downtown By Starck - A conversion project by famed architect Philippe Starck, this building has been dubbed the Downtown Insanity Palace due to its numerous over the top luxury amenities.

Rutherford Place - A former maternity hospital, Rutherford Place is now a condominium residence in Gramercy Park, and a classic example of the Beaux Arts architectural style.

Jade- With interior design by Jade Jagger, this building introduced Manhattan-ites to pod style living.


Home mortgage rates and real estate news -

London's homes are worth as much as Brazil's economy
London's houses and apartments are now worth $2.2 trillion. That's as much as Brazil's GDP.
What to do with a dying neighborhood
Covington, Ga., decided not to let a half-completed development sit empty. But not everyone supports the city's solution.
Are you a homebuying genius?
From mortgages to closing costs, test your knowledge of these homebuying essentials.
Everybody is moving to Oregon
Read full story for latest details.
Inside New York City's priciest apartments
From a luxury chateau in the sky to an urban mansion: Feast your eyes on these obscenely expensive Manhattan apartments.

Failed to load RSS feed (not array) from

Personal tools

Cities and Regions
Condo Facts
Contact Condopedia