Located in one of the most archetypal neighborhoods of Manhattan, 81 White Street, between Cortlandt Alley and Lafayette, evokes quintessential TriBeCa. Situated on the 4th floor, the approx. 1,800 sq. ft. open, yet private layout of this home has the urbanity of a classic loft. Upon entering, the less-is-more approach to aesthetics is at once apparent, starting with the culinary space outfitted with high-end appliances, which are seamlessly integrated with minimalist cabinetry, stainless steel counters and kitchen-island. The dramatic approx. 11 ceilings mesh with the understated elegance of the natural hardwood floors and exposed brick, which have been painted in the same tone as the walls to create texture that you can feel and flows with the serene energy of the home. The geometry of the staircase, which leads to the split-level living room, is juxtaposed against the dramatic, curved arches of the windows, customary with 19th Century cast-iron architecture. Proving that modernization is compatible with efficiency, the home has a combined total of approx. 135 sq. ft. of storage space, including shelving and storage along the staircase resulting in a beautiful, yet useful element to the homes design. Adding to privacy, the two pristine full baths (one en-suite), the office nook and two bedrooms (separated by a recessed pocket door), are at the rear of the home. The north views from the living room and the south views from the bedrooms are those of old New York's industrial past, which only add to an ambiance of warm minimalism of this TriBeCa home.