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427 Washington Street, 7

  • Bedrooms3 Beds
  • Bathrooms2 Baths
  • Half Bathrooms1 Half Ba
  • Square Feet4300 Sq. Ft.
  • ElevatorElevator

The last great artist loft in New York....

Located at 427 Washington Street on the seventh floor of an eight story co-op building in Northwest Tribeca, is a 4,300-square-foot residence that was the longtime home and studio of the late Pop Art sculptor, Marisol Escobar.

This authentic, artist loft is the antithesis of the glossy, new development condos that have become the new norm in the neighborhood.

This approximately 4,300-square-foot full-floor apartment has four exposures with large windows providing open and spectacular views of Tribeca and the Hudson River with 12-foot high ceilings, exposed concrete floors and columns and an elevator opening directly into the apartment.

Outside of the several large and remarkable Marisol sketches on the walls of the loft, the apartment is literally a blank canvas for a purchaser to create the residence of their choosing, enjoying the most favorable of dimensions, light and flexibility of layouts.

This property is quite simply, the classic downtown, artist loft that everyone expects to find, but never does, until now.

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Agent Contacts
Jim St. André 212-612-9602  |  Email
Trevor Stephens 212-612-9662  |  Email
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