110 Duane Street Unit: PH3N, New York City, NY 10007
110 Duane Street Unit: PH3N
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110 Duane Street Unit: PH3N

110 Duane Street Unit: PH3N

Spectacular 3 bedroom, 2 bath duplex Penthouse on historic Duane Street in prime TriBeCa. Gorgeous cast iron pillars, exposed brick in living room & floor-to-ceiling arched windows offer incredible natural light & rich character. Renovated 2,210 SF of interior lead to 1,000 SF private landscaped rooftop terrace including a brand new HOT TUB & barbecue/built-in-bar. Stunning Lower Manhattan skyline views. Enjoy a grand 31x18ft loft-style master bedroom with adjacent sitting area & ensuite bath. Three beautiful glass French Doors lead to the private terrace from the bright corner master bedroom floor. Two bedrooms on the main level & an expansive 25x26ft living/dining for those who love to entertain. Contemporary high end furnishings & custom surround sound speakers/electronics throughout. Large 14x18ft sitting room/library off main living with custom, backlit wood millwork & fireplace creates a modern/warm esthetic. Kitchen appliances include Bosch & Wolf and ensuite washer/dryer. 110 Duane Street Lofts is an elevator, video intercom building with incredibly low common charges. This turn-key residence was designed with contemporary high-end furniture/electronics & remodeled to highlight the historic architectural details. Fashionable TriBeCa is home to renowned restaurants, great public/private schools, excellent shopping & the Hudson River Park waterfront.
  • 3 BEDS
  • Sold
  • 1915 BUILT
  • 2,210 Sq.Ft.

Features & Amenities

Area & Lot

  • Status:Sold
  • LIVING SPACE:2,210 Sq.Ft.
  • MLS® ID:CORC-3292499
  • Type: Multi-Family
  • Year Built:1915
  • Neighborhood:Tribeca
  • Architecture Styles:Prewar


  • Total Bedrooms:3
  • Total Bathrooms:2
  • Full Bathrooms:2


  • Air Conditioning:Central Air


  • SALES PRICE $4,250,000
  • REAL ESTATE TAXES $28,800/yr
  • HOA Fees $1,375
Explore the Area


Downtown West, from Canal Street to Park Place and City Hall, from the Hudson River to Lafayette Street.