Old New York with a Design Pedigree. Featured in Elle Decor (April 2021). We are offering a stunning convertible 5 bedroom home at the intersection of TriBeCa and City Hall Park. This extraordinary, grand scale, four-bedroom (convertible to 5), three-bath corner residence is located in The Potter Building (built 1886). There is simply nothing else like it on the market downtown. This home radiates old-world charm from every angle. Designed by A list interior design firm Pappas Miron, this home embodies all of the traits of a perfect family compound with the flexibility to entertain comfortably and with style. There are 19 windows throughout, overlooking the historic Nassau Street architecture. Enter through a large foyer into this approximately 3,300 sq foot home there is a sweeping, elegant corner living room with 10.5' ceilings, hardwood floors, three sitting areas, a family room, and a dining area with a built-in banquette. There is a separate bar with terrazzo flooring. The primary bedroom has double exposures, an ensuite bath, a walk-in closet. 145 Nassau is located among some of downtown’s newest and most desirable developments, including 5 Beekman Street, 25 Park Row, The Woolworth Building, and the soon-to-be-launched 33 Park Row. Residents of 145 Nassau Street enjoy a furnished common roof-deck and offers panoramic views. There is also a laundry room and both bicycle storage and basement storage lockers. The Potter Building, with its picturesque red brick and brownstoned terra cotta, is a striking fusion of Queen Anne, neo- Grec, Renaissance Revival, and Colonial Revival motifs. It is one of downtown New York's most significant surviving tall buildings of the period before the skyscraper’s full development. Pets are welcome.