50 Franklin Street
Ed Rawlings has designed this new condominium project to be the epitome of clean refinement in an urban environment. Managing to design apartment space that is both minimalistic yet comfortable, using space to define its luxury.
Within the hustle and bustle of activity all around in New York City, 50 Franklin Street provides an oasis of calm as is expected from a top of the line Tribeca condominium.
Each apartment is bright, full of space and includes an individually controlled central air system to allow you to have complete control over your environment. Oversized tilt/turn windows provide the maximum exposure of light that ensure the layout performs to its maximum potential. Clear finished oak plank flooring supply the comfort and elegance. Arcadia sliding doors come with apartments that include private balconies and terraces.
The kitchen areas have been designed with the intent to regularly entertain with an island design. Integrated panel appliances in white opaque catalyzed lacquer offer a sight of a modern world, with crisp, clear edges and finish wherever the eye falls.
Master baths accustom to life within luxury spas are evident in the bathrooms in each apartment with large soaking tubs for an extra bit of relaxation time within your apartment.
But you would be expecting such luxury within the living areas after witnessing the lobby as you enter the building. It is a fantastic art piece of light and glass. A rustic exterior of blue stone, folds inside framing the indoor seating area within the lobby. This brings a natural balance to proceedings whilst the back lit walls define the interior through prisms of light.
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- All-Purpose Multimedia Lounge
- Excellent Subway Connections
- Fantastic Design
- Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
- Private Balconies and Terraces
- No Pool
- Borough of Manhattan Community College
- Metropolitan College of New York
- New York Academy of Art
- New York Film Academy
- New York Law School
- NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of PS
- Pace University
- City Hall Park
- Thomas Paine Park
- Washington Market Park
- Whole Foods