NYC Ultra-Luxury Rental Development Unveiled

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Related Companies' 456 Washington features a library, Pilates studio and children's playroom.

456 Washington New York—North Tribeca’s industrial history is given an homage in the elegant brick façade of 456 Washington, the new ultra-luxury waterfront boutique rental development from Related Companies.

The 11-story building, which sits in a private and quiet corner of Tribeca, features 84 graciously proportioned residences. The apartment homes range in size from studio to five-bedroom units, many with private outdoor terraces. They feature such expertly tailored finishes as oak wood floors, rare stone finishes, generously-sized customized closets, double-panel windows to maximize light, sound attenuation and energy efficiency.

“The site represents one of the last major Hudson River waterfront development opportunities in a submarket—North Tribeca—with broad luxury residential appeal, authentic neighborhood charm and direct access to incredible open spaces,” Bryan Cho, Related executive vice president, told MHN.

“We saw from our development of Superior Ink in 2009 how powerful a draw unobstructed Hudson River views are, and we know from our existing portfolio that there is a particularly pronounced shortage of true luxury residential opportunities for families and other large unit users that prefer renting as opposed to owning right now,” he continued. “At 456 Washington, we have been able to create a unique solution for this underserved segment of the luxury market.”

At 456 Washington, spacious kitchens offer handsome walnut cabinetry, Statuario backsplashes and advances stainless steel and integrated Sub-Zero, Wolf, Viking and Miele appliances. Oversized bathrooms feature custom walnut cabinetry, nickel hardware and imported Bianco Dolomite countertops.

Highly sought extras include Lutron Maestro advanced wireless lighting controls, resident-controlled heating and air conditioning, Lutron automatic wirelessly controlled shades and in-home washer/dryers nestled in large closets with shelving and folding space.

Among amenities are a full-service kitchen and dining area, and upscale library offering work space and study nooks for meetings or tutoring sessions. A state-of-the-art fitness center offers a separate studio for personal training, yoga or Pilates, while a children’s playroom features a custom climbing gym. An interior courtyard with season-changing plantings and florals and a private landscaped rooftop with outdoor dining and barbecue areas are also part of the package.

Conveniences include a 24-hour concierge, on-site bicycle and personal storage, private parking with 24-hour valet service, housekeeping and dry cleaning services, as well as a mail room outfitted with refrigerator and freezer storage.

A suite of rewards and services called Related Style Services includes move-in coordination, easy transfers, in-home package delivery and more.

Great location is among the chief advantages of 456 Washington Street.

This enclave of Tribeca is surrounded to the north by SoHo and the West Village, and to the west by the Hudson River. The I, A, C and E subway lines are readily accessible, as is the West Side Highway.

“The site benefits from dramatic unobstructed Hudson River views,” Cho said.

“And it is also just across the street from Hudson River Park, the city’s second largest public park with modern playgrounds, ball fields and an esplanade that runs uninterrupted for most of the length of the Hudson riverfront.”

“Also, North Tribeca has become one of the great residential enclaves of Manhattan,” Cho continued. “[It is] quiet, leafy, [with] cobblestone streets, great historic buildings mixed with interesting modern ones, an approachable, predominantly mid-rise streetscape, and convenient access to interesting shopping, dining and nightlife. This combination, along with North Tribeca’s easy access to the Financial District, Soho, and the West Village, make it one of the most desirable places to live in New York.”

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