Closings on Condos in Former Historic Warehouse Begin

By Anuradha Kher, Online News EditorNew York–Closings have begun on the first of 63 units at the TriBeCa Summit, the former historic warehouse located at 415 Greenwich St., which has been converted to luxury condos by developers Joel J. Silver and Ethan C. Eldon.          Constructed in 1912, the TriBeCa Summit was once the Summit Warehouse, one of the storage and distribution centers in TriBeCa’s wholesale food market district. The Tribeca Summit condos are designed by H. Thomas O’Hara Architects in collaboration with Conceptual Architect Anthony Morali of M Studio. The building features two- and four-bedroom lofts, and penthouse duplexes and townhouses ranging in size from 1,750 sq. ft. to 4,000 sq. ft. All the homes have been created from the building’s original truck bays. Prices range from $2.65 million to 12 million.“If you have a high-end product that is in a good location, the market does not affect you,” Eldon tells MHN. “TriBeCa as a neighborhood is holding up very well.”The condos offer open layouts and ceiling heights ranging from 12 ft. to 15 ft. Light is drawn into every room of the units from oversized windows and three atriums, which open to the sky and penetrate the building’s core. Architect Thomas H. Balsley, who has also designed the building’s rooftop terrace, did the landscaping for the atriums.