A Beaux-Arts landmark reimagined as contemporary condos.
49 Chambers Street was originally built in 1912 as the home of the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank. Its Beaux-Arts design and innovative H-shape (it was the first skyscraper in the city to employ this) were created by architect Raymond F. Almirall. The 15-story building was converted to 98 condo units in 2018 by developer The Chetrit Group with Woods Bagot architects leading the design. Today, the Civic Center condo offers units priced from $1.65M to $8.95M with an average asking PPSF of $1,907.
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Interiors were designed by Gabellini Sheppard. Because of the building’s H-shaped design, many homes benefit from triple exposures. Elevated ceiling heights and up to eight-foot curved bay windows also bring in extra light. All residences feature seamlessly integrated recessed lighting, custom-designed Italian closet systems, and floating ceilings.
Amenities at 49 Chambers include a pool room (complete with a spa whirlpool, steam room, sauna, and locker rooms), a hammam, residents’ lounge, virtual golf studio, private screening room, fitness center, and children’s playroom. There is also a rooftop park that is framed by the building’s architectural ornamentation. It has a lush lawn, sun deck, trellised dining area, outdoor kitchen, and a garden terrace, all with views of One World Trade Center, the Woolworth Building, and the surrounding landmarks. The building is located just south of Tribeca, across from City Hall Park and near multiple subway lines.
Location of 49 Chambers
49 Chambers is located at 49 Chambers, Civic Center Manhattan.
49 Chambers amenities, unit mix, and prices
1 Bedroom – 36
2 Bedroom – 38
3 Bedroom – 31
4 Bedroom – 11
5 Bedroom – 8
$1.65M to $8.95M
Source: Marketproof New Development
49 Chambers Street Project Team
Douglas Elliman Development Marketing
The Chetrit Group