Knightsbridge Properties, a Tribeca-based real estate company, announced that Cast Iron House has launched sales. The interiors of the building have been reimagined by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, who was recently awarded the 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize. Located at 67 Franklin Street, the building contains 11 uniquely crafted duplex condos and two penthouse
“Cast Iron House is a neoclassical landmark in Tribeca, which combines the ethereal architecture Shigeru Ban is known for within a historic cast iron façade,” said Jourdan Krauss, CEO and founder of Knightsbridge Properties. “We are delighted to present this rare combination of quality craftsmanship, style and design in one of Manhattan’s most sought after residential neighborhoods.”
Built in 1882, the building is a registered New York City Landmark known for its striking cast iron façade.
The 11 contemporary duplex residences offer three, four and five bedrooms with cathedral-style double-height living room spaces.
Entry is through a private elevator landing. Kitchens contain a full suite of integrated Gaggenau appliances, Dornbracht fixtures, and Bianco Dolomiti marble islands and countertops.
“The residences at Cast Iron House are unlike anything currently available in Manhattan,” said Danika Dorsey, sales director for Cast Iron House. “This building offers buyers a tailored living experience in a prime location and a rare opportunity to purchase a dramatic space with interior details custom designed by Shigeru Ban.”
Prices range from $5 million to $15 million and occupancy is slated for summer 2015.