1 North Moore Street is a luxury Manhattan rental property with a highly sought-after Tribeca location. Developed by VE Equities, the building was designed by the well-known firm of Flank Architecture. This elegant building features masonry construction with a handsome brick façade.
1 North Moore contains a variety of floor plans. There are one triplex townhouse with a private garage and backyard, three three-bedroom lofts which occupy a full-floor each, and one stunning triplex penthouse which includes its own private rooftop pool and over 2,000 square feet of outdoor space. What all of these options have in common is a unique attention to detail, with each apartment offering top-of-the-line finishes and fixtures. Apartments feature spacious floor plans and direct elevator entry. Impressive 6-inch-wide oak plank flooring is stained a deep chestnut hue and provides an elegant base for any design aesthetic, whether modern and contemporary or classic and traditional. The master suites have separate dressing rooms and spa baths. The kitchens offer shaker-style wooden cabinetry and opulent Calcatta marble countertops and backsplashes. The bathrooms are equally well-appointed with extra-deep Kohler tubs for two and custom-designed vanities topped with Montblanc stone and Lacava double sinks. Polished-mirror medicine cabinets are hung above the vanities and the Montblanc stone is again utilized in the roomy shower enclosures.
1 North Moore is a private and elegant building. It offers the comforts of home along with the conveniences of a fully-attended lobby, private storage options, its own parking garage, and a rooftop swimming pool. An additional amenity is without a doubt its central location in the fashionable Tribeca area. Tribeca is one of the city’s most popular neighborhoods, and with good reason. Residents can easily enjoy popular dining establishments such as nearby Nobu and Bouley, shop at trend-setting boutiques, and peruse eclectic galleries. The prestigious New York University is not far away. SoHo, Hudson Square, midtown and downtown Manhattan are all easily accessible, especially with the abundance of nearby public transportation. Within 500 feet of the building are the entrances to the 1 train at Franklin Street and the A, C, and E trains at Canal Street.