While Six Cortlandt Alley’s carefully restored exterior remains a throwback to the artist warehouses that were once a neighborhood staple during the 1970s, the full floor lofts under its roof have all the touches and finishes today’s discerning NYC homebuyers expect.

This five-unit boutique condo building was developed by Megalith Capital Management and Imperial Development Group and stands on Tribeca’s Cortlandt Alley. One of the oldest buildings in Tribeca, Six Cortlandt Alley’s existing six stories are topped by a modern, two-story glass addition, while its marble and brick exterior have been painstakingly restored.

Residences run the entire length of the building from Broadway to Cortlandt Alley, and range in size from 3,276 square feet to 3,646 square feet with four-bedroom and four-and-a half-bath layouts. Ceiling heights are an impressive 10 feet minimum throughout, and as high as 11 feet in some areas.

Entertaining areas, like the living room, are ideally situated on one end of the home while bedrooms are quietly tucked away on the other. There’s an added “flex room,” which can be used as a child’s playroom, a home office or even video game den.

Exposed brick walls and beams made from refurbished lumber are throwbacks to the neighborhood’s warehouse days, while an eco-friendly ethanol fireplace is one of the exquisite finishing touches found in the living room.

Penthouse A is the dramatic glass addition on the historic building, boasting over 1,100 square feet of private outdoor space making it ideal for hosting summer get-togethers. One of the penthouse’s bedrooms also has a 97-square-foot private patch of outdoor space, while the master bedroom shares a 250-square-foot terrace with another bedroom.

The four-bedroom and three-and-a-half-bath duplex unit features a stunning glass curtain wall off the great room, which offers a one-of-a-kind bird’s-eye view of surrounding Tribeca.

The aesthetic of many of Six Cortlandt Alley’s amenities are consistent with that of the residences. The fitness center features exposed stone-wall and high ceiling heights. It also houses a generous selection of cardio and fitness equipment, including a Peloton brand stationary bike. Protein shakes and smoothies can be kept cool in the gym’s convenient mini-fridge.

High-tech amenities include the Cyberdoorman, which allows residents to receive deliveries while they’re at work and also provides extra security. Refrigerated storage keeps flowers and perishables fresh. The building’s elevator runs on cloud-based software, giving residents and authorized guests access from their smartphones.

The Six Cortlandt Alley residents’ lounge houses a stunning collection of historic Tribeca photographs.

On-site storage is also available to residents at an additional cost.

Located in one of Manhattan’s hottest neighborhoods, residents have convenient access to a wealth of mass transit options, close proximity to the Financial District, and high-end shopping at the Oculus, the new Westfield World Trade Center mall.

Tribeca also has a vibrant nightlife scene, with many restaurants and bars staying open late. Signature culinary destinations include the homestyle eatery Bubby’s and The Odeon. The neighborhood also hosts the Tribeca International Film Festival, which was founded by actor and long-time Tribeca resident Robert DeNiro and draws cinephiles from all over the world every year.

Six Cortlandt Alley is just the latest building in a slew of development that has come to Tribeca in recent years. Notable developments include 93 Worth, 5 Franklin Place and 60 White, and many others that are still on the way.

Prices for available units range from $6,250,000 to $8,975,000.

Interested homebuyers should email rorenstein@halstead.com for more information, or call 212 381 4248.

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