Check out the 3D Tour. 2Bed 2.5Bath Condo $3,150,000. 49 Chambers is the best of old world restored magnificently for the new world. One of New YorkÂ’s most cherished turn-of-the-century Beaux-Arts landmarks, the former home of Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank that was designed in 1912 by architect Raymond F. Almirall. Today, this architectural icon is an artful collection of contemporary park-view condominiums coupled with the amenities of an urban resort. Luxuriously recast and restored by Gabellini Sheppard Associates into the ideal canvas for contemporary living. A grand entry door opens to this sophisticated two bedroom, two-and-a-half bath featuring unique craftsmanship and hickory hardwood floors in a custom chevron pattern throughout. An open kitchen with custom ceruse Cypress wood cabinetry by Minimal Cucine, seamlessly integrated into the living / dining room, features honed San Marino marble waterfall island, countertops and backsplash. The best-in-class collection of appliances include a SubZero refrigerator and freezer, Gaggenau gas cooktop with hood, Wolf dual convection oven with warming drawer, Miele dishwasher and wine refrigerator. The master bedroom suite exhibits a gracious sense of volume and scale with an oversized bay window and elevated ceilings, generous closet space and an en-suite five-fixture master bath with luminous cove lighting as a sculptural element. The master bath is carved out of honed white marble, supplemented by custom designed Apaiser stone double vanities, crowned mirrors framed in light, a freestanding elegant custom Apaiser stone tub and radiant heat flooring, all complemented by Nickel brushed Waterworks fixtures. Luxurious amenities at 49 Chambers include a landscaped roof deck, swimming pool, hammam and spa, sauna and steam rooms, state-of-the-art fitness center, resident lounge, screening room, children's playroom, tween lounge and resident storage. Convenient to Whole Foods, Gourmet Garage, Bed Bath & Beyond, the original Duane Reade, New York Law, City Hall, City Hall Park, New York Academy of Art, TriBeCa classics like the TriBeCa Grill, Tribeca Grand Hotel, Mr. Chow, Nobu, Hudson River Park & Piers and Tribeca Dog run, NYC Ferry and all transportation.