A residential conversion of a commercial property in the city’s most sought-after neighborhood commanding some of the highest prices per square foot for large, loft-style luxury apartments. The Tribeca market continues to gain momentum, with demand for new housing driven in part by the new World Trade Center office buildings.


Built in 1910, 11 Beach Street is a 10-story, 125,000 square foot office building that sits on an “L”-shaped plot with frontage on Beach Street, Varick Street and St. John’s Lane. Conveniently located in the prime downtown Manhattan neighborhood of Tribeca it attracts residents looking for loft spaces for large families, as well as successful business professionals working in the Financial District seeking close-by, comfortable, ultra-luxury living spaces.


Thoughtfully reimagined by BKSK Architects, one of New York’s most acclaimed luxury residential firms, the exterior facade features a rusticated brick base and beautifully preserved brickwork which nods to history by incorporating classic terra cotta reinterpreted in a modern design.


On the interior, the open drama of loft living meets the privacy of traditional residential design, united by an exquisite level of craftsmanship and quality of materials overseen by acclaimed designer Thomas Juul-Hansen. Generous entertaining spaces framed by highly efficient, oversized glass casement windows. Spacious ceiling heights. Direct elevator access. Custom, eight-inch-wide rusticated plank flooring. Three-, four-, and five-bedroom layouts, all with en-suite bathrooms.

Available units prices are between $7,600,000 and $22,500,000 in 11 Beach Street.

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