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105 HUDSON ST

Apt. PHS
Between Franklin Street and North Moore Street
Coop
$3,010,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number 1 Subway number A Subway number C Subway number E Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number R Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 6 Subway number J Subway number Z
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 1 Varick St - Franklin St
Subway number A 6th Ave - Walker St
Subway number C 6th Ave - Walker St
Subway number E 6th Ave - Walker St
Subway number 2 Chambers St - West Broadway
Subway number 3 Chambers St - West Broadway
Subway number R Broadway - Warren St
Subway number 4 Lafayette St - Duane St
Subway number 5 Lafayette St - Duane St
Subway number 6 Lafayette St - Duane St
Subway number J Lafayette St - Duane St
Subway number Z Lafayette St - Duane St
Essentials
Price $3,010,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3.5
Rooms 6
Approx. Sq. Ft. 3,000
Exposure S, E & W
Key Features
Roof Deck
Patio
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Full City View
Partial River View
Central Air
Dining Room
Dishwasher
Excellent Light
Hardwood Floors
Modern Kitchen
New Windows
Oversized Windows
Prewar Detail
Security System
Walk-In Closets

This is a GLORIOUS FANTASY PENTHOUSE of 3000' with a 1300' LANDSCAPED TERRACE. This phenomenal property boasts 18 HUGE MAHOGANY WINDOWS ( MANY OF WHICH ARE ARCHED) AND SUBLIME LIGHT WITH RIVER VIEWS. This wonderful top floor home presently has A BEAUTIFUL SKYLIGHT..3 BEDROOMS and 2 BATHS. An enormous OPEN KITCHEN with an ARCHED MAHOGANY WINDOW, allows for quiet family dinners as well as SPECTACULAR ENTERTAINING. After dinner, take your guests to the TERRACE OF YOUR DREAMS, 1300' of landscaped and planted GARDENS..fully irrigated with wonderful lighting.... sit in the sun... or lounge in the shade AS THE SUN SETS...all in the ABSOLUTE CENTER OF TriBeCa

Additional features of this property include: skylight and original columns.

Agent
Licensed Associate RE Broker
Tribeca
Living in Tribeca
Tribeca, an acronym for "Triangle Below Canal," is home to a host of celebrities and one of the country's leading film festivals. A stunning mix of old world cobblestones, ultra-modern apartment blocks, and world-famous restaurants, in recent years Tribeca has become one of the New York's most upscale addresses.
Explore Tribeca
105 HUDSON ST
Powell Building
Tribeca Pre-War Co-Op
The Powell Building was originally designed by Carrere & Hastings, the architects of the New York Public Library at 42nd and Fifth, for a Boston based Chocolatier (Walter Baker). A mixed use co-op (residential and office), it a classic loft building, having converted in the 1970s. Unique to its conversion was the developer’s plan to only convert the Fifth floor and higher as residences. Lower floors remained small offices for artists and others. That tradition still exists today. Solidly built, it is a beautiful building on the outside. Shaped like a U it’s apartments separate between the North and South Side, with exposures on Hudson, Franklin and the interior of the U. Window design vary by floor. Originally designed as ten stories, it was only built to seven. The additional four floors were added (as was the northern portion of the building) in 1905 by Alexander Powell (a candy maker). The retail space was home to Nobu but owned separately by the co-op shareholders. Apartments range from two to four bedrooms.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1892
11 floors
16 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Landmarked
Amenities
Common roof deck
Common terrace
Private storage
Video security

This home has been sold

105 HUDSON ST
Apt. PHS
Between Franklin Street and North Moore Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $3,010,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3.5
Rooms 6
Approx. Sq. Ft. 3,000
Exposure S, E & W

This is a GLORIOUS FANTASY PENTHOUSE of 3000' with a 1300' LANDSCAPED TERRACE. This phenomenal property boasts 18 HUGE MAHOGANY WINDOWS ( MANY OF WHICH ARE ARCHED) AND SUBLIME LIGHT WITH RIVER VIEWS. This wonderful top floor home presently has A BEAUTIFUL SKYLIGHT..3 BEDROOMS and 2 BATHS. An enormous OPEN KITCHEN with an ARCHED MAHOGANY WINDOW, allows for quiet family dinners as well as SPECTACULAR ENTERTAINING. After dinner, take your guests to the TERRACE OF YOUR DREAMS, 1300' of landscaped and planted GARDENS..fully irrigated with wonderful lighting.... sit in the sun... or lounge in the shade AS THE SUN SETS...all in the ABSOLUTE CENTER OF TriBeCa

Additional features of this property include: skylight and original columns.

Licensed Associate RE Broker
Roof Deck
Patio
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Full City View
Partial River View
Central Air
Dining Room
Dishwasher
Excellent Light
Hardwood Floors
Modern Kitchen
New Windows
Oversized Windows
Prewar Detail
Security System
Walk-In Closets
Tribeca
Living in Tribeca
Tribeca, an acronym for "Triangle Below Canal," is home to a host of celebrities and one of the country's leading film festivals. A stunning mix of old world cobblestones, ultra-modern apartment blocks, and world-famous restaurants, in recent years Tribeca has become one of the New York's most upscale addresses.
Explore Tribeca
Subway Lines
Subway number 1 Subway number A Subway number C Subway number E Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number R Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 6 Subway number J Subway number Z
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 1 Varick St - Franklin St
Subway number A 6th Ave - Walker St
Subway number C 6th Ave - Walker St
Subway number E 6th Ave - Walker St
Subway number 2 Chambers St - West Broadway
Subway number 3 Chambers St - West Broadway
Subway number R Broadway - Warren St
Subway number 4 Lafayette St - Duane St
Subway number 5 Lafayette St - Duane St
Subway number 6 Lafayette St - Duane St
Subway number J Lafayette St - Duane St
Subway number Z Lafayette St - Duane St
105 HUDSON ST
Powell Building
Tribeca Pre-War Co-Op
The Powell Building was originally designed by Carrere & Hastings, the architects of the New York Public Library at 42nd and Fifth, for a Boston based Chocolatier (Walter Baker). A mixed use co-op (residential and office), it a classic loft building, having converted in the 1970s. Unique to its conversion was the developer’s plan to only convert the Fifth floor and higher as residences. Lower floors remained small offices for artists and others. That tradition still exists today. Solidly built, it is a beautiful building on the outside. Shaped like a U it’s apartments separate between the North and South Side, with exposures on Hudson, Franklin and the interior of the U. Window design vary by floor. Originally designed as ten stories, it was only built to seven. The additional four floors were added (as was the northern portion of the building) in 1905 by Alexander Powell (a candy maker). The retail space was home to Nobu but owned separately by the co-op shareholders. Apartments range from two to four bedrooms.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1892
11 floors
16 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Landmarked
Amenities
Common roof deck
Common terrace
Private storage
Video security