Sales launch at Tribeca condo Reade57

TRD New York /
Oct.October 12, 2011 02:23 PM

Sales have officially launched at Reade57, a 21-story condominium in Tribeca developed by the John Buck Company,
according to a release from the developer.

Brown Harris Stevens Select is marketing the building at 57 Reade
Street, which was designed by SLCE Architects.

“Reade57 is unlike any recent new development project Tribeca has seen
in terms of its competitive price point and diversified unit mix,
offering one- and two-bedroom homes in a neighborhood dominated by
multi-million dollar lofts,” said Shlomi Reuveni, executive vice
president of Brown Harris Stevens Select.

The building has 84 studios, and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments ranging
from 713 to 1,863 square feet and starting at $876,000.

Building amenities include a fully-equipped fitness center, residents’ lounge,
24-hour doorman and live-in resident manager, and the units have teak floors throughout and floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

As The Real Deal reported in April, the project has been under
development since 2006, but structural issues with a building next
door delayed construction. — Miranda Neubauer


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