450 Washington Street, New York, NY, 10013 | New homes for sale | Savills
Guide price $939,000 -​ $12,950,000(€864,706 -​ €11,925,396)

450 Washington StreetNew York, NY, 10013

  • New development

Key features

  • Residences by RELATED on the Tribeca Waterfront in Downtown Manhattan
  • Residents arrive at 450 Washington through a gated entryway into a private oasis of lush green space designed by Hollander Design
  • Collection of 176 homes designed by Roger Ferris and + Partners
  • A full-service building with dedicated concierge service
  • Amenities include a 12th floor roof deck with Hudson River views, fitness suite, golf simulator, children's imagination center, business centers, lounge and private dining room
  • 450 Washington is located in the heart of Tribeca, known for its vibrant creativity, leafy green parks, local restaurants, and fashion-forward shopping
  • Amenity suite furnished by MAWD (March and White Design)
  • Residences range from open plan studios to four bedrooms

Located along Tribeca's historic waterfront and the spectacular Hudson River Park, RELATED is developing a full city block into 450 Washington – a beautiful property with 176 residences.

About this property

  • Where sun, water and parks meet downtown, 450 Washington features a private landscaped courtyard and fine modern detailing conceived by Roger Ferris + Partners. From Tribeca's historic cobblestone streets, residents arrive at 450 Washington through a gated entryway into a courtyard oasis of lush green space by world-renowned landscape architect Hollander Design.

    Leveraging RELATED's expertise in pairing of lifestyle programming and best-in-class property management, this highly-serviced property will include a comprehensive amenity suite, including a roof deck with magical Hudson River views.

    Residences range from Open Plan Studios to Four-Bedrooms and feature sustainable, modern finishes offering a timeless palette in every home. Residents will enjoy the views of Tribeca's historic landmarks, tree-lined streets, and the Hudson River from the dramatic oversized windows.