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Cushman & Wakefield has been retained on an exclusive basis to sell a loft building at 13-17 Laight Street, occupying the entire block front between St. John’s Lane and Varick Street in Manhattan’s TriBeCa neighborhood.   Ownership is requesting proposals.
The six-story, elevator-serviced building is one of the most coveted properties in all of TriBeCa.  Currently a mixture of office and residential space, it contains over 117,000 rentable square feet and spans approximately 140’ along Laight Street and 99’ on Varick Street and St. John’s Lane, offering ideal rentable floor plates at over 16,000 square feet.  Several of the residential loft units have been newly renovated and feature a chef’s kitchen, stainless steel appliances, central heat and air conditioning, washer/dryer units, and hardwood floors throughout.

The property’s entire block front presence affords unparalleled views overlooking two parks and the Hudson River.  As the former home of TriBeCa Cinemas, where many of the TriBeCa Film Festival events were held, it is a building that is recognized around the world.  The property benefits from high ceilings, open floor plates, and light and air from three sides.  The building could be delivered almost entirely vacant, offering an exceptionally rare development opportunity.

This property is being marketed exclusively by Cushman & Wakefield’s James Nelson, Will Suarez, and David Shalom.

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Neighborhoods: TriBeCa/ Agents: Guillermo Suarez