1 Hudson Street, PH
About 1 Hudson Street, PH
Incredible duplex penthouse accentuated by inspiring 360-degree views of Tribeca, soaring ceilings and a private landscaped rooftop terrace. Recently renovated, this bright and airy apartment embodies simplicity and sophistication.
The chef’s kitchen is complimented by sleek details and top of the line appliances including Sub-Zero Refrigerator, Bosch Oven, Miele Dishwasher and Miele Stove with a high power range. The open dining and living space highlights a custom built in a bar, 14 foot terra-cotta ceiling with 2 skylights, exposed beams, and 13 oversized windows with views of the Chrysler Building, Woolworth Building and New York Supreme Courthouse. This apartment also features centralized sound and AC systems.
On the first floor you will find plenty of closet space, LG Washer/Dryer, 2 bathrooms, 2 bedrooms (1 bedroom has a lot line window and is not a legal bedroom), as well as the primary bedroom where you can wind down and wake up to rare views of the Freedom Tower.
Up the spiral stairs you will find an additional living space, kitchenette, 3rd bathroom, and 4th bedroom, as well as the beautifully landscaped rooftop terrace equipped with sound system and breathtaking views.
1 Hudson, a boutique pre-war cooperative building with an elevator and intercom system, in the heart of Tribeca, is just steps to the Chambers Street subway, Duane Park, Hudson River Park, an abundance of high-end restaurants and stores.
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