2 Bedroom Loft: Tribeca

45 WHITE ST NY, New York
New York, NY 10013


Where to begin? 45 White St., 4th floor… immaculate elevator building. Security airtight… from the front door to your shower door, every detail is flawless. Thought, detail and talent was employed. Yep, it’s one of those. A celebrity said, “What’s next?” And now it can be yours… Open the door, (which swings like a Mercedes) and you’re greeted by 1000 sq ft of pristine finished wood floor and sunlight. Top of the line designer chef’s kitchen on riser begs for Food Network segment. Unit controlled HVAC, stacked washer/dryer. Leads to two bedrooms with ceilings, I believe, although my camera’s auto focus couldn’t find them. Each with unique artisan baths. The master also has a “vanity parlor” with a walk-in closet that could suffice as guest room, or European hostel. I could go on but it would just get more ridiculous.

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2 Bedroom @ the 45 White Street Lofts Available Now!

45 White Street Lofts have been completely rented for the last few months but a two bedroom just became available in “the signature lofts” of Tribeca.

These lofts are top of the line.

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1 Bedroom Loft Available in The Signature Tribeca Lofts

Below is the listing…please contact us if you are looking for a 1 bedroom loft in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood.

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Email: RBNNgroup[at]gmail[dot]com

A gorgeous day in Tribeca

It is a beautiful day in Tribeca and we are showing lofts for rent right here at 45 White Street. So stop in and say Hi to view the “Signature Lofts in Tribeca”.

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Art Showing Review

We recently hosted an art showing at the ground floor loft at 45 White Street in Tribeca.  Here is a review posted by an attendee.  Stay tuned for more events at 45 White Street, The Signature Lofts in Tribeca.

Art Showing

Art Showing

…”I recently attended an art show in a gorgeous space on White Street in Tribeca at the invitation of a coworker.  The show was a mix of abstract paintings and what looked like mixed media city scenes of New York by two up and coming NYC artist.  There was wine and food and music and an overall jovial feel to the evening.  A good crowd showed up despite the rain and we all had a great time and I met a lot of interesting and entertaining people.  And I truly enjoyed looking at and discussing the paintings.  Two of the the abstracts were very large, standing about as tall and wide as I do, and they looked magnificent on the 15′ walls.  When I move into my next apartment I hope to have a such a gorgeous downtown loft with such high ceilings and I will surely look this artist up to help me fill my walls!…”

The Artist : PIA

The Artist : PIA

The artist was Pia Dubitsky.

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A little about Tribeca

TriBeCa is a neighborhood in lower Manhattan, New York in the United States. It takes its name from the acronym TriBeCa, for Triangle Below Canal Street. Coined in the mid-1970s as the result of planning studies and the adoption of a special Lower Manhattan Mixed Use District, the Tribeca name came to be applied to the area south of Canal Canal Street, between Broadway and West Street, extending south to Vesey Street. The area was New York City’s first residential neighborhood, with residential development beginning in the late 1700’s. By the mid 1800’s the area transformed into a commercial center with large numbers of store and loft buildings constructed along Broadway in the 1850’s and 1860’s. By the 1960’s Tribeca’s industrial base had all but vanished. The predominance of empty commercial space attracted many artists to the area in the 1970’s. Since the 1980’s, large scale conversion of the area has transformed Tribeca into an upscale residential area.

This is from Wikipedia and is for informational purposes only, we do not claim any rights to this information…to read more about Tribeca and some facts and information check out:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TriBeCa

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