The Sterling Mason at 71 Laight Street in Tribeca is a condo conversion of a circa 1906 brick warehouse, which was once a storage facility for coffee and tea. It also features a new adjacent building with an aluminum façade. As of April, five units in the seven-story, 33-unit Taconic Investment Partners-developed residence were still on offer and 17 were in contract. The available homes range from a 2,042-square-foot two-bedroom, asking $3.995 million, to a 5,620-square-foot six-bedroom penthouse, listed for $23 million. The loft apartments feature interiors by Gachot, custom walnut cabinetry by Henrybuilt, slab marble countertops and special-edition Lefroy Brooks soaking tubs. The building has a doorman, a concierge, porters, a children’s playroom, a fitness room and, unusual for the neighborhood, underground parking. Morris Adjmi Architects oversaw the conversion. Contact www.thesterlingmason.com or 212-674-7171.
NAME The Sterling Mason PRICE RANGE From $3,995,000 to $23,000,000
ADDRESS 71 Laight Street SIZE RANGE From 2,042 Sq Ft to 5,620 Sq Ft
TYPE Conversion AVG PPSF $2,711
TOTAL UNITS 33 TAX ABATEMENT No
DEVELOPER Taconic Investment Partners AVG COMMON CHARGE $1.65/sf
BROKER Douglas Elliman Development Marketing FINISHED BY 2014