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Downtown Manhattan is on the rise, with an ever-growing number of new developments taking shape across the city. While many of these mesmerising developments are out of reach, 93 Worth represents a perfect marriage of elegant architecture and sophisticated, sleek interiors, all with an affordable price tag.

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Restored, converted, and modernized by ODA-Architecture, the 1920s building combines historic detail with the convenience of modern urban living. Located in the heart of vibrant TriBeCa, just steps from some of the best dining and activities in Manhattan, 93 Worth Street really is the perfect location for everything downtown. The building is comprised of 92 condominiums, including a range of studio and one bedroom residences, a growing rarity in lower Manhattan. The development also houses two, three, and four bedroom residences, along with seven grand penthouses. Each loft style residence features custom made oversized seven foot windows, solid wood doors, high ceilings, original exposed steel columns, seven inch wide white oak plank floors, and a private laundry.

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This full service building boasts an original, grand vaulted lobby, complete with a 24 hour concierge and doorman. Amenities include a panoramic rooftop with a pergola and kitchen station, a fitness center, children’s playroom, dog washing station, bicycle storage, and available private storage.

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After hitting the market in late 2012, sales at the 17 story building have progressed with speed. Starting at $600,000 for a 475 square foot studio, this development is truly the essence of affordable luxury, with the stunning interiors and first class amenities to satisfy even the most discerning buyer.

– By Lizzie Crittenden