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Nathan Berman Turns 443 Greenwich Book Bindery into Lofts

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Nathan Berman’s New York real estate development firm MetroLoft has revealed the plans for its new condominium building in the Tribeca neighborhood in Manhattan.

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A former book bindery, 443 Greenwich Street will have 45 loft style units and 8 penthouses, including one which will sell for $53 million, once the conversion is complete. The 9, 500 square foot penthouse will be enclosed in a four-sided structurally glazed curtain wall. The main roof setback will feature an all glass balustrade and walkable glass skylights.

The building’s two-bedroom apartments will range from 2, 400 square feet to 3, 000 square feet and will go for anywhere from $7 to $8 million. Its three-bedroom units will range from 2, 600 square feet to 4, 600 square feet and will sell from $7.5 to $12.95 million. Four bedrooms apartments will a total floor space of 3, 600 square feet to 4, 250 square feet and be priced at anywhere from $10.5 to $14.25 million. There will also be three to five bedroom penthouses which will start at $15 million for a 3, 400 square foot unit.

The eight story, historic landmark building will also have a 120 key boutique hotel with a health spa, restaurants and a retail area. It will also offer residents onsite parking, a doorman and concierge, and a children’s playroom.

Thornton Tomasetti engineers handled the careful restoration of the traditional masonry façade. They contrasted it with state of the art engineering of modern glass technologies which provide visual transparency and dramatic views of the building.

There will also be a 4, 000 square foot landscaped interior courtyard highlighted by a large elliptical walkable glass skylight over a 71 foot swimming pool.

The building’s sales office will open in September and the first closings are expected to come by the end of 2015. Metro-Loft acquired the property in 2012 for $150 million.

MetroLoft is a vertically integrated Real Estate Development and Management company led by Nathan Berman. Based in New York, MetroLoft focuses on luxury rental properties in Manhattan’s Financial District. The largest residential manager in downtown Manhattan, the company currently maintains nearly three million square feet of space in properties ranging from boutique lofts to art deco skyscrapers. Family owned and operated, MetroLoft privately develops manages and leases its properties exclusively, ensuring the highest level of service and thorough attention to detail.



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