Sales have officially started at Tribeca’s Warren Lofts, a luxury condo conversion of a historic Art Deco building at 37 Warren Street.

Apartments at the 18-unit building, first constructed by a flower seed company in 1931, hit the market this week, with asking prices of $1.67 million to $5.6 million for two- and three-bedroom units.

There are 14 lofts inside the original building and four larger penthouses in a new four-story rooftop add-on that is still under construction.

The 3- to 4-bedroom penthouses will include huge living rooms with oversized glass windows, private outdoor terraces and white Calacatta marble bathrooms with large steam showers. The 14 lofts will have 10- to 11-foot ceilings and wide-plank oak floors, with bronze, metal and copper finishes.

Amenities include doorman and porter services, a rooftop garden, a fitness center and a children’s playroom. The building is scheduled to be completed in early 2013.

The sales launch is being marketed by Corcoran Sunshine. Bazbaz Development spent $15.5 million to acquire the property in 2010 after the Millennium Group, which bought the building for $30.5 million in 2007 for residential conversion, defaulted on its mortgage. The conversion was helmed by the firm Handel Architects, which did Trump SoHo and will design Greenpoint Landing, the biggest Brooklyn waterfront development to date.

You can check out the renderings, floor plans and our on-the-street construction shots below:

The property was built by the Stumpp & Walter flower company during the Great Depression. Starrett & Van Vleck, the architecture firm behind New York’s Lord & Taylor and Saks Fifth Avenue department stores, designed the building.

Penthouse B measures 2,700 square feet and is asking for $5.6 million.

The design emphasizes warmth, with a focus on natural materials in the finishing.

Construction is slated to finish in the first quarter of 2013.

The finished building will boast a rooftop garden, quintessential Tribeca-style.

Looks like they’re keeping the classic Art Deco windows, which is definitely a plus.

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