Privacy lovers, behold: this renovated ground-floor Tribeca
dungeon apartment has no windows for prying eyes. Okay, that is, windows in the traditional sense. The 4,300-square-foot home does have glass block skylights and windowed doors. The apartment was converted from commercial space ten years ago when the buyer nabbed it for a lowly $1.75 million. The renovated, rare ground-floor home at 55 North Moore Street has exposed beam ceilings, Italian ironwood flooring, and three marble-clad bathrooms. The apartment also has a separate service entrance that can be sectioned off as guest quarters. It's asking a steep $10.6 million.