A six-story, 10,000-square-foot jumbo townhouse being built by fusing a Tribeca modernist building with the old NoMoore Bar will hit the market for $35 million. The residence at 2 North Moore Street, dubbed “our suburb” by the sellers, has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, four powder rooms, three fireplaces and a car garage, as well an inner courtyard, art studio, garage and swimming pool. The home is being marketed by Corcoran broker Deborah Grubman.
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