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Re-Renovated Tribeca Loft Seeks $7M for Maple and Marble

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Since it's been a Tribeca kind of day around here, let's just continue with that theme. This fresh listing at 16 Jay Street caught our eye, partly on its own merits and partly because it's upstairs from one of our favorite staircases (now off the market). This one doesn't have the staircase or other unusual decor touches of its downstairs neighbors. But it's big?4,000 square feet, with 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms?with the $7 million price tag to match.
The apartment got a redesign back in the day from Ike Kligerman Barklay, and since the number of bedrooms has increased, it may have been renovated again since then. Here's what the interior looks like now, per the brokerbabble:

Unique, double-wide great room preserves character of this classic loft with cast-iron pillars and areas apportioned to double-living room, dining, library and office. A wall of spalted maple covers floor to ceiling closets, bar, laundry room and pantry, and leads to a kitchen that would make a chef cheer - 6 burner Viking + griddle, double ovens, stainless steel counters, integrated sink, custom cabinets abound, Sub-zero refrigerator, Viking dishwasher, exquisite light green and white variegated marble countertop.Custom cast glass sliding doors create flexible separation behind which are all bedrooms and play area. Lavish master bedroom suite has walls of windows, ensuite abundant closet and dressing area, stunning white Thassos marble with inset jade covers counter and soaking tub, lush shower. Home office looks out onto private planting terrace. · Listing: 16 Jay Street, 2nd Floor [Elliman]
· All Eyes on the Staircase at $9 Million Tribeca Condo [Curbed]