84-86 White Street has finally released an official website, five years after permits were first filed and two years after construction wrapped up.
Located between Lafayette Street and Cortlandt Alley, the 13-story building will have 33 rental apartments, priced from $4,000 per month for a studio up to $11,000 for a two-bedroom duplex with 17-foot living room ceiling. Select units have balconies with French doors.
The site was formerly a parking lot, on one of the blocks that went through the controversial Chinatown rezoning in 2008, A Fine Blog reported. In July 2010, the property traded for $8.307 million to 84-86 White Street LLC, according to Department of Finance records. Permits for the project were approved in 2010 and renewed in 2012, with Manuel Glas as the architect of record. Tribeca Citizen has been following the progress of the building, which seemingly topped out in 2012, finished construction in 2013 and has been a source of mystery since.
Interiors have open layouts, radiant floor heating throughout, zoned air-conditioning with independent thermostats, double- and triple-pane windows to minimize sound, in-unit washer/dryer and pre-wiring for Verizon Internet and FIOS. The Poggen Pohl kitchens have integrated Liebherr refrigerators, built-in Bosch ovens, stone countertops and Miele cooktops.
Amenities include a doorman, virtual concierge, full-time superintendent, roof deck with barbecue grill and seating, mezzanine-level lounge, refrigerated storage and heated sidewalk “Snowmelt System ensuring hassle-free winter access.” The building also comes with an indoor garage. Former plans called for a lap pool in the finished rooftop terrace, as Curbed reported in 2012, but we saw no mention of swimming facilities in the official site.
Have a selection of floorplans below, starting with $11,000-per-month 12C, the priciest available unit:
One-bedroom 2B, asking $6,000 per month, has a rear yard:
Studio 4A has a cute little balcony: