101 Warren rises 35 stories in Tribeca, just north of the World Trade Center. This luxury building has 227 contemporary apartments that feature 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, private loggias, and custom millwork throughout. Kitchens are by Bulthaup b3 and appliances are Sub-Zero and Miele.

101 Warren was designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and is wrapped in two-story stone piers that create an interesting effect. Victoria Hagan designed the building’s common areas.

Amenities  include a doorman, concierge, residential manager, a “Bloomberg Financial Lounge” with international newspaper service, a Board Room facility with screening area, a health and fitness center, garden sun decks, spa, nursery, and an indoor-outdoor children’s play area.

Unlike any other development in NYC, the building also has its own forest of 101 Austrian pine trees, the first “urban forest” of its kind. This mixed-use development also houses a Whole Foods supermarket, Barnes & Noble bookstore, Bank of America, and Starbucks.

101 Warren Street Sales & Rentals comps:

(per Streeteasy as of August 20th, 2019)

Sales Listings 8 active sales ($2,430 per ft² avg, $5,182,437 avg price)
  372 previous sales ($2,055 per ft² avg, $3,930,062 avg price)
Rentals Listings 5 active rentals ($99 per ft² avg, $21,559 avg price)
  433 previous rentals ($88 per ft² avg, $12,596 avg price)
  404 previous rentals ($88 per ft² avg, $12,601 avg price)

 

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