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93 Worth
93 Worth Street, Tribeca, Manhattan, NY 10013

Pre-war Condo

92 units
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  • 92 residences
  • 17 stories
  • BUILT 1924

The Details About 93 Worth Street

Built in 1924 by architectural firm Jardine, Hills & Murdock, Tribeca’s 93 Worth was converted in 2014 by long-established Izaki Group Investments USA into 92 loft condo residences. The 17-story former office building’s conversion was designed by ODA, taking inspiration from the building’s classical architecture and offers studios to four-bedroom lofts and six penthouses. ...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Concierge
  • Central air
  • Exercise room
  • Elevators
  • Central laundry room

93 Worth Units

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Get to know Tribeca

Though its name technically stands for the mouthful “Triangle Below Canal Street,” Tribeca has long since distinguished itself as a recognizable word in the NYC lexicon. (Plus, its boundaries these days are hardly triangular). Tribeca lofts are the standard-bearer for that style of home; sitting within their landmarked cast-iron building exteriors, they have become objects of adoration and aspiration. Following the Civil War, the city’s shipping industry shifted from East to West Side, due in no small part to the longer piers along the Hudson in present-day Tribeca. That body of water still looms large today, as views over it are another key draw for residents in the area. A chunk of Hudson River Park — which extends north over four miles — lies within Tribeca, granting a relaxing waterside public space and a simple route to travel as far north as 59th Street via the Hudson River Greenway.

Tribeca Neighborhood Guide