93 Reade Street
New York, NY 10013
Floors and Residences
Lobby with green wall
Keyed direct elevator entry
Virtual doorman with package room
Three loft residences and one penthouse feature warm, modern interiors
Named for its pleated, sculptural roofline addition that sits atop an original Italianate cast-iron building, Obsidian House at 93 Reade Street offers four exclusive residences in the center of Tribeca. Developer Knightsbridge Properties has both restored this historic building—one of the very first cast-iron buildings in New York City—to its ornate glory with its Corinthian columns complemented by artist Michael Hansmeyer’s digitally sculptured capitals. WORKac reimagined the building’s interiors taking inspiration from their signature integrated spaces for greenery and their innovative use of materials and pattern. Three spacious loft residences and one three-story penthouse feature warm, modern interiors, high ceilings, and cinematic downtown city views.
Each residence features direct elevator entry and the building features a Virtual Doorman and package room, combining security and convenience. Obsidian House is fully at home in Tribeca, a historically rich yet continually evolving dynamic neighborhood of world-class dining and shopping as well as cutting-edge galleries and film festivals.
All artist’s renderings are for representational purposes only. All dimensions and square footages are approximate and subject to normal construction variances and tolerances. Square footage exceeds the usable floor area. Sponsor reserves the right to make changes in accordance with the terms of an Offering Plan available from Sponsor. File No. CD14-0032. Sponsor: 93 Reade Street Associates, LLC. 68 Thomas Street, New York, NY, 10013. Plans and dimensions may contain minor variations from floor to floor. All interior decorations, finishes, fixtures, appliances and furnishings set forth on the floor plans and in the artist’s renderings are for illustrative purposes only. Furniture layouts shown are for concept only and are not coordinated with building systems. The complete offering terms are in the Offering Plan. Equal Housing Opportunity.