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376 Broadway, #14F

Condo | for Rent
Between Franklin Street & White Street
WEB ID: 2305534
$3,800
  • 2 BEDS
  • 2 BATHS
  • 900 APPROX. SQFT
  • PRE-WAR

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About 376 Broadway, #14F

An application is in. Waiting for the condo approval. This 2BR/2BTH corner unit has an industrial look. It is on the 14th floor at the corner of White Street and Broadway in Tribeca. It gets lots of light and has open city views. The open kitchen has a dishwasher, a stove and a refrigerator, all in stainless steel. The 2 full bathrooms are also renovated. The unit has concrete floors and kitche...

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