It's been nearly two years since the new ground-up rental building at 84-86 White Streeta former parking lot that was affected by a 2008 rezoningshed its scaffolding, and finally, the 13-story structure on the Chinatown/Tribeca border has some rentals to show for its lost time. BuzzBuzzHome first reported the listings, which appeared on the market about a week ago. Available units in the 33-unit building range in size from a $4,000/month studio to a $11,000/month two-bedroom pad. The apartments have Poggenpohl kitchens with high-end appliances, radiant heat flooring, and independent thermostats.
↑ Available studios are asking $4,000.
↑ The one-bedroom 2B has a bedroom and a rear-yard. It's asking $6,000/month.
↑ This duplex is the building's priciest apartment on the market at $11,000/month.
84-86 White Street's official website says the building has amenities like parking, a rooftop lounge, and heated sidewalks.
· Listings: 84-86 White Street [StreetEasy]
· 84-86 White Street [official]
· All 84 White Street coverage [Curbed]
· Rental Reveals archives [Curbed]