7 Harrison condos to hit this spring, penthouse to ask circa $25M

Jan.January 17, 2014 05:40 PM

Twelve homes in the converted landmark 7 Harrison Street, in Tribeca, will come to market this spring. Prices start at $5 million and the penthouse will reportedly ask around $25 million.

The complex consists of 12 condominiums along with one townhouse, on the corner of Harrison and Staple streets, according to Curbed. Leonard Steinberg and Herve Senequier of Douglas Elliman will handle sales.

Built in 1893, the 33,400-square-foot building is being converted from a dry goods and cold storage warehouse by Clarion Partners and Matrix Development, which jointly bought the property for $20 million in 2011, according to StreetEasy.  The brick facade is currently being restored.

This is the largest development designed by Steven Harris Architects,as The Real Deal has reported. Harris also renovated a 6,933-square-foot townhouse at 14 Saint Luke’s Place that was listed for $12 million last summer.

Seven Harrison is slated for completion by the third quarter of this year, Curbed said. [Curbed] — Angela Hunt

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