Robin Kencel, MBA

Licensed Real Estate Broker

Robin is a founding agent of Compass’s Greenwich office and one of the top ten agents in the Greenwich market. She has been ranked in the top 1% o...

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55 Hudson St, # 8D

Welcome home to this rarely available, highly coveted 3 bedroom corner loft residence in the heart of TriBeCa. With a flexible open floorplan and landscaped roof deck with unobstructed views of the Freedom Tower, you can delight in seamless entertaining and idyllic loft living.

Located in a boutique pre-war building, this light-soaked loft offers an ideal split bedroom layout with an abundant array of oversized windows and natural light, custom cabinetry and storage, barrel-vaulted ceilings, exposed brick, cast-iron columns, hardwood flooring, and an in-unit LG washer and dryer.

The residence's grand entry leads to an open modern kitchen which is fully equipped with an oversized island, Wolf Oven Range and Stovetop, double-decker dishwasher, refrigerator, and an oversized island that spills into a grand living/dining/entertaining space. The expansive light-filled master suite boasts an en-suite dual vanity bathroom with a deep soaking tub as well as a generous walk-in closet. The second and third bedrooms feature amazing custom built-in cabinetry, with the third bedroom offering the flexibility of functioning as a den, or home office.

55 Hudson Street is a historic pre-war loft co-op in the heart of Tribeca. Its prime location on the corner of Hudson and Jay Streets offers ready access to some of Manhattan's best restaurants and shops, Whole Foods, Washington Market Park with its fantastic playgrounds, Hudson River Park, and exceptional access to transportation. The building offers a live-in super, storage, bike storage, and a beautifully landscaped roof deck. Subletting and pieds-a-terre are allowed.

Features & Amenities

Interior

Total Bedrooms 3
Total Bathrooms 2
Full Bathrooms 2

Area & Lot

Status For Sale
LIVING SPACE 1,610 Sq.Ft.
Type OTHER
Year Built 1900

Financial

SALES PRICE $2,695,000
Michelle Griffith

“A historic pre-war loft co-op in the heart of Tribeca.”