A LUXURIOUS TRIBECA LOFT REDEFINES FAMILY LIVING
When an urban family outgrows their petite city space, they move to the suburbs.
When the Dell family outgrew their petite Tribeca apartment,
they stayed in their neighborhood and doubled their square footage.
Ben and Nicole Dell, who have two children and a pet yorkie,
wanted a move-in ready space that, with a few minor touch-ups,
would become their dream home. Their initial search yielded plenty of potential-rich homes,
though they required a hefty amount of renovating to become the perfect landing spot. Enter 443 Greenwich.
The gorgeous pre-war building that has attracted the likes of A-list celebrities and NYC elite was newly remodeled and centrally located–a space they referred to as
“an instant gratification” home.
With its arched windows, wide-plank oak floors, exposed beams, and massive custom kitchen,
the airy loft was hard to pass up.
The couple enlisted Chelsea Reale and Diana Rice of NYC interior design firm SISSY + MARLEY to tweak the already gorgeous space into something personal–and permanent.
“We design spaces that families want to live in–homes that are chic but always functional,”
the designers explain.
Having worked with Reale and Rice on previous homes,
the Dell family effectively weaved their own design aesthetic into a detail-oriented,
layered space that would suit all of the family’s needs.
Through a neutral palette, custom millwork, and a meticulously curated selection of personal accents,
the home was transformed into a comfortable, unpretentious space that felt equal parts luxurious and lived-in.
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