Located in the heart of downtown’s landmark neighborhood, 11 Beach Street is just steps from all that TriBeCa has to offer. From Michelin-starred restaurants to high fashion boutiques, this stunning reimagined pre-war loft building has truly been reborn in the finest form.
Brokerage firm Douglas Elliman launched sales for the development in mid September, headed by acclaimed broker and Million Dollar Listing New York star Fredrik Eklund. Sales have soared, and five months after the launch, 50% of the building is now in contract.
11 Beach offers 27 seamlessly crafted homes with architecture designed by BKSK Architects, one of New York’s most acclaimed luxury residential firms. Residence interiors have been beautifully created by designer and visionary Thomas Juul-Hansen. Each loft-like and light filled home offers state of the art Cerused oak kitchens, as well as Miele and Sub-Zero appliances, Walter Zanger marble and stone, and bathroom fittings by Dombracht and Waterworks. In addition to the range of three, four, and five bedroom residences, the development comprises of three private triplex townhouses and two extraordinary penthouses.
Mid February saw the building’s largest penthouse hit the market with an asking price of $22.5 million, measuring nearly 6,000 square feet and complete with 2,000 square feet of outdoor space, a private elevator, media room, and eat-in chef’s kitchen. The development’s three townhouses however have truly redefined the meaning of luxury, complete with a glass wall framed private pool and spa on the lower level.
The full service luxury building offers a range of bespoke services and amenities to suit even the most discerning residents. Amenities include a 24 hour concierge and attended lobby with doorman, state of the art gymnasium, terracotta clad inner courtyard, children’s playroom, and landscaped roof deck and garden.
With prices starting at $5.2 million, 11 Beach Street features the highest levels of sophistication, craftsmanship, and modern luxury, on one of the best blocks in lower Manhattan. Set to open in Spring 2016, visit the project’s website to learn more and check availability.
– By Lizzie Crittenden