Cape Advisors Launches Sales for 30 Warren

The developer of the new 12-story community is looking to fill the 23 luxury residences in Tribeca.
A rendering of 30 Warren

A rendering of 30 Warren

New York—Manhattan-based Cape Advisors has launched sales for 30 Warren, its ground-up, 12-story development that offers 23 condominiums. Construction on 30 Warren began in January and is expected to be completed in fall 2017. The community, designed by Post-Office Architectes, spans Warren Street to Chambers Street in the Tribeca neighborhood.

Handling the sales and marketing is Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, with residences going for about $2 million to $8 million.

“30 Warren will reshape an entire block front in the center of Tribeca with a thoughtfully crafted architectural facade featuring numerous setbacks and oversized picture windows that will offer each residence incredible light, air and views,” said Craig Wood, managing partner of Cape Advisors.

Residences come in one- to three-bedroom floor plans, with three full-floor penthouses that have direct elevator entry and library areas. Many of the larger residences also offer outdoor spaces, including private balconies and terraces. Units range in size from about 1,000 to more than 2,500 square feet.

Post-Office Architectes designed the unit interiors as well, which include 10-foot-high ceilings, open floor plans, panel oak flooring, custom Italian white lacquer cabinetry, marble slap countertops and kitchen islands with leather and brass accents.

When it comes to amenities, 30 Warren will offer an attended lobby, fitness center, children’s playroom, bicycle storage and private storage.

“30 Warren will rise above many of its neighbors to reveal expansive city views, the façade tapering thorough a series of elegantly conceived setbacks to present a slim profile that recalls the iconic structures of the downtown skyline,” said Francois Leininger, managing partner of Post-Office Architectes. “The southern facade with two setbacks yields views of the Manhattan skyline, the skyscrapers in the Financial District and the river.”

Wood added that the Manhattan multifamily market continues to be healthy.

“The Manhattan multifamily market remains strong for beautifully designed residences in desirable neighborhoods and 30 Warren has all of this,” Wood told MHN. “Tribeca is the neighborhood of choice for a multitude of buyers who love its proximity to downtown’s financial centers, excellent schools both private and public, world renowned shopping centers, incredible restaurants and waterfront amenities like the Hudson River Park.”

See the slideshow above for an inside look at 30 Warren

All renderings by M-Prime