A Rome-based investment firm purchased three cast-iron buildings in Tribeca more than four years ago, and last year, they finally started work at the site after the Landmarks Preservation Commission signed off on the plans. One of the buildings remained an office, while the others have been converted into loft apartments with the address of 60 White Street. Led by Veronica Mainetti, the Sorgente Group turned the 1869 building into eight condos by reusing and restoring 80 percent of the material they salvaged from the site. Sales will launch with a sales gallery event next Tuesday, but the website currently lists approximate pricing, with units currently starting at $4.585 million.
· 60 White Street [official]
· Three historic Tribeca buildings go for $23M [TRD]
· Rooftop Redo on White Street [Tribeca Trib]