Renderings: Williams New York
HFZ Capital Group’s 11 Beach Street in Tribeca has kicked off sales, with a fountain of brand-new renderings for the BKSK Architects-designed development.
Three apartments have breached the market at the 10-story, 27-unit conversion of a 1910 office building. Pricing for all units starts at $4.5 million; the currently available apartments are priced from $5.3 million for a 2,361-unit three-bedroom to $7.75 million for a 3,844-square-foot five-bedroom. As you may have guessed from the square footage, the three- to five-bedroom residences are charmingly massive, and they include lofts, penthouses and townhouses.
The nigh-omnipresent Thomas Juul-Hansen crafted the interiors at the L-shaped building, which has frontage on three sides. The apartments feature direct elevator access, generous entertaining spaces, big casement windows, 8″ rusticated plank flooring and en-suite bathrooms for all layouts. Kitchens have side-by-side refrigerators, full-height wine cabinets, dual wall ovens, built-in Wok burners and dishwashers, with appliances by Sub-Zero and Miele. Many kitchens also offer eat-in dining areas and cooking islands. The master bathrooms (tagline on website: “Bathe in Tribeca”) are accessorized with Walter Zanger marble and stone, windows for natural light and separate water closets.
Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, landscaped roof garden with wood platform deck and cabana furniture, gym with crystal skylight, children’s playroom (with a James Perse ping-pong table that was on full display, albeit-alas not in use, during the sales gallery launch party last night) and storage rooms available for purchase.
Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is handling marketing and sales. Construction is expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2016.