Just south of Canal on West Broadway, The Dynamic Group's Tribeca Five is mostly flying under the radar, but now it's worthy of an up-close look. The 19th Century brick and limestone building was used as a plumbing supply company for the past 60 years, but architect Richard Massa has gutted the interior and carved out five full-floor residences, ranging in price from $2.7 million to $3.4 million. The 2,250-square-foot units are long and lean, and here's some features: eat-in kitchens, six-windowed living/dining rooms with fireplaces, master baths with heated mirrors that will not fog, and something called a "combination Toto toilet washlet." As far as building amenities go, they've opted for the virtual doorman, as well as a concierge service. The rooftop terrace has a dining area with a grill, ice maker and "drink station," and the now-ubiquitous chaise lounge chairs and outdoor shower. Sales of the units open next week, but we picked up a tip saying they're offering sneak previews next week. Bonus bathroom picture after the jump.
· Tribeca Five [tribeca5.com]