This loft style apartment is located in TriBeCa’s most important landmark building, 140 Franklin Street. While some New York apartments are dark and dull, this one is bright and offers pops of color. It boasts a library/lounge, large 1200 square foot living room, formal dining room, media room with fireplace, gourmet kitchen with pantry and 150-bottle temperature-controlled wine room, master suite, 3 secondary bedroom suites, staff room with bathroom and a half bath in the hallway for guests. It is listed at $13,500,000.

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  • Daniel

    Can someone explain the allure of living in a warehouse or factory…please.




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  • Barney

    Not worth explaining to you Daniel, because (not meaning to insult here, just stating fact) you’re permanently and inextricably rooted in your view of what constitutes a beautiful home. Your view is very exacting, specific and unyielding. This place is FANTASTIC, and I could be VERY, very happy here indeed. The space is priceless, it’s an outta-sight party palace, I love the modern/pop art (in small doses, though I have to admit) and the renovation, decor, KITCHEN and LIVING & DINING rooms and overall appeal of it are wonderful as far as I’m concerned. Although I’d absolutely have to cancel out that lime green fireplace wall and the art on it, which, of course, would be gone when it sells. As usual though, the price is psychotic.




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  • Kenny Forder

    I for one really like lofts and this one is fits my style perfectly 🙂 All the rooms are spacious and bright and I love the large windows.




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    • Barney

      BINGO, Kenny! Can you imagine having THAT MUCH room and light to do whatever the hell you felt like, whenever!? If you wanted to have a dance party (NOT TOO loud or too late into the night ’cause of your neighbors, naturally), all you’d have to do is slide your furniture and carpets aside and you’ve got a HUGE dance floor. And that kitchen is OUTTA’ SIGHT. I would, however, have to do something about that master bath with the entirely-too-small shower……it must be enlarged/renovated somehow. Other than that, it’s almost perfect!




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  • Limedaiquar

    My staff don’t even have windows in their room. =(




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    • lambskin

      Least it’s not painted neon green!




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  • Joejoe509

    Obviously the colors are a little too colorful for my eyes. But once you tone down the crazy color scheme all you’re left with is a nice condo with lots of windows – big deal. Some of the rooms are too large and the furniture doesn’t take up enough of the space. The pictures try to hide that fact, but with a little more eyeballing it becomes painfully obvious. The boring apartment-like ceiling is in need of some love. How about some color on the ceiling? Or some wood accents? Bleh. My favorite parts are the kitchen and the exterior. I think it’s great looking!




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  • Mike

    Tribeca’s most important landmark building? I’d say it’s the Powell or the American Thread.




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  • lambskin

    The building is beautiful and this corner unit has the best windows-but I don’t see any window treatments-esp in the bedroom-no privacy. I do like open spaces but this place is in dire need of some walls.




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  • Iemand

    The exterior is seen in the TV-show “Off Centre” isn’t?




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  • NOVA Ben

    I’m a little confused here…if you remove all the art and furniture, there is ZERO color in this place, aside from the electric green wall in the media room. I don’t think ONE wall constitutes a “colorful” apartment.

    Anyway, I’m not crazy about the place. If you try to picture the place without the art, it’s a pretty conventionally-laid out apartment, nothing very groundbreaking about it. I know it sounds funny if you’re distracted by all the wacky art, but underneath it all it’s a bit boring…




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    • Joejoe509

      Exactly. That’s kind of the direction I was heading too.




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