This light-filled, high floor, pre-war corner loft is located in 100 Hudson (between Franklin and Leonard Streets) in the prime Tribeca West Historic District. Having been used as a part-time Artist's Loft over the last 20 years, this property retains many original details and offers its purchaser the rare opportunity to transform this "blank canvas" to suit his/her needs. Currently configured as a one-bedroom, the home's expansive (nearly 1,100 square feet) interior presents exceptional value and can accommodate multiple potential layouts including room for a second bedroom with a coveted split design.
Upon entering this unique ninth floor loft, natural light engulfs the residence from an astounding 12 double-height windows (four of which only exist on floors 8-10). Open views to the north and east showcase Tribeca's rich architectural history and evolving downtown skyline. Soaring beamed ceilings with heights of almost 11 feet and a grand stone balustrade that wraps the exterior (only on the ninth floor!) provide impressive volume and historic drama to this versatile space. Original oak flooring is throughout and is in great condition. The kitchen and bathroom are both quite large, but in need of updating. A private, over-sized (65-square-foot) basement storage locker is included in the purchase.
100 Hudson, built in 1909, is a well-managed boutique pre-war co-op. This classic loft building, with a handsome brick, granite and limestone facade and ornate copper cornice, boasts a renovated lobby with mailroom, a landscaped and furnished wood-planked common roof deck with views of One World Trade, a central laundry room, and a live-in superintendent. The building is situated in the heart of Tribeca, convenient to public transportation and close to many of the City's best restaurants and shops.