94 Chambers Street
Broadway & Church Tribeca
This home has been sold
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Street Level: Mini Coffee Shop/News Stand, $1,000 per month expires 3/31/01, Restaurant, $6,300 per month, lease has expired. Second Floor: Loft apartment $797.10 per month. Third Floor: Loft apartment $906.86 per month. Fourth Floor: Loft apartment $974.68 per month. Fifth Floor: Loft apartment $870.90 per month. All residential leases have expired. Income: $130,194. R.E. taxes $19,683; water and sewer $4,021; electric and gas: $600; insurance $7,062; super $380. Total Expenses: $31,946.
Living in Tribeca
The address of choice for Hollywood stars and creative heavyweights, Tribeca is one of Manhattan's coolest zip codes. The name is an acronym for "Triangle Below Canal Street", referring to Tribeca's position on the map. Nestled between the nonstop action of New York's Financial District and bustling Chinatown, Tribeca is a sleek, residential oasis. Cobblestone streets are offset by slick high-rises and converted loft spaces, melding Tribeca’s industrial past and polished present. There’s something cinematic about Tribeca. It hosts a famous film festival, but is also frequently used as a filming backdrop for its picture-perfect personality. The neighborhood also features world-class dining, idyllic parks and fashionable boutiques to explore.