Record-Breaking Sale for Tribeca Loft

A swanky 3,838-square-foot loft at 92 Laight Street in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood just sold for $11.5 million, which comes out to a jaw-dropping $2,996 per square foot. Whew! This staggering deal may be a sign that the sluggish real estate market may be undergoing a resurgence since this is the highest price paid per square foot Tribeca has seen in years. View the listing.

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A swanky 3,838-square-foot loft at 92 Laight Street in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood just sold for $11.5 million, which comes out to a jaw-dropping $2,996 per square foot. Whew! This staggering deal may be a sign that the sluggish real estate market may be undergoing a resurgence since this is the highest price paid per square foot Tribeca has seen in years. View the listing.
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The chic crib was completely gutted and renovated, customized to the current owner's highest standards. The unit's West, North and East exposures afford panoramic sunsets over the Hudson River and views of northern Manhattan and the Palisades.
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A view of the classy living room. The entire spread was originally listed for $12.5 million, but sold for $11.5 million.
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A view of the Poliform stainless steel kitchen that boasts top-of-the-line finishes. Everything about this kitchen is lavish from the Calcutta Gold marble countertops and backslashes to the Dorn Bracht plumbing fittings to the Miele appliances.
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A look at one of the 4.5 bathrooms in the spread. This one is decked out in burnished gold leaf and hammered white bronze. Impressed, yet?
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The master suite (the unit has three bedrooms in all) boasts western and northern views, fully integrated audio and visual features including a 50" plasma television and concealed surround sound and stereo speakers!
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The entire home has wide plank Sapele floors and seven-coat matte lacquer Venetian plaster walls, with full insulation from two layers of sheetrock to block out unwanted noise from the street below. The new owners of this swanky spot will surely be the envy of all ear-plug wearing New Yorkers.
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A view of the two-person steam shower that's finished with limestone.
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The unit has its own full-size fitness room, as well as dressing room, and maid/laundry room.
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One of the three bedrooms in the home.
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The incredible spread is in a luxury building that has 38 units over 13 floors. Meryl Streep and Gwyneth Paltrow also own lofts in the building.
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