|169 HUDSON STREET, #5S|
169 Hudson Street, #5S
ListingID: 432226 | Type: Condominium
*** CLOSED ***
Bedrooms: 3 | Baths: 3.5
SqFt: 3,584 (aprx)
Pre-war | Doorman | Pets allowed | Common roofdeck
Fireplace | Loft | Washer/Dryer | Dining room | Eat-in kitchen | Walk-in closet | Hardwood floors | High ceilings
Rarely available, this spectacular 3584 square foot, private, full floor home with keyed elevator was designed to fulfill every loft lover’s needs. Originally designed as a 4 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom loft in the historic Roebling Building, a full service condominium loft building, this Tribeca landmarked warehouse was originally built in 1893. It later sold in the early 20th century to John A. Roebling, the engineer and builder of the Brooklyn Bridge, to house the steel used to construct the famous bridge. The building was converted 5 years ago into luxury residential condominiums.
This unique home boasts a true chef’s kitchen, equipped with a Subzero refrigerator and wine storage, and professional top-of-the-line Viking stainless steel appliances throughout. Custom wood cabinets and a large Chef’s pantry provide an abundance of storage. With 3 sundrenched exposures and 20 windows, this is a very bright, airy, classic trophy loft. The media room has a cherry wood theatre build-out, and comes equipped with a 60’’ plasma and a 120’’ motorized drop down screen. The sound is stellar, as though one were smack in the middle of the local movie theatre. The rest of the loft features custom Russound multi-room audio system with 30+ speakers throughout, to make any audiophile happy. The sprawling open floor-plan and the beautiful wood-burning fireplace make this space perfect for entertaining large parties. The spacious master bedroom offers two walls of windows, inviting light and air in all day. Currently configured as a 3 bedroom, the loft can easily be returned to its original 4 bedroom floor plan. This pet-friendly building has 24hr doorman service and a private gym for its 12 residences. Nestled in one of NYC’s trendiest and sought after neighborhoods, Tribeca is packed with A-list celebrities.
Tribeca is also home to some of NYC’s best restaurants, for example LaConda Verde, Mr. Chow, Corton and Nobu, just to name a few. Tribeca is home to amazing waterfront parks and playgrounds for all to enjoy and offers an unparalleled, tight knit community feel.