With multiple indoor and outdoor living spaces throughout this magnificent 6,280-square-foot Tribeca penthouse duplex, youll find a stunning destination for every mood and occasion.
Designed by Monique Gibson, this sprawling showplace dazzles with hardwood floors, soaring ceilings, fresh paint, new wallpaper, and abundant windows throughout. On the open lower level, the mood is dramatic and bold with deep-stained floors, stylish dark design accents and industrial influences. A gracious foyer flanked by glass doors introduces a massive great room wrapped in stunning windows along the northern and eastern exposures. Imagine lavish entertaining in this nearly 38-foot long space surrounded by St. Johns Park views, a wall of custom cabinetry, towering columns and designer lighting. A pocket door reveals a private media room, and the well-stocked open kitchen is anchored by a long marble island, perfect for casual meals or catering. Off the foyer, youll find convenient coat closets, a powder room, an elegant guest suite and a storage room.
On the vast upper level - accessible by interior stairs or elevator - light-stained floors, triple exposures and skylights lend a sun-splashed atrium-like ambiance. Spacious split-level living, dining and home office areas surround a spectacular northwestern corner terrace filled with planter beds. Inside, designer fixtures and built-ins lead to a kitchenette with a full bathroom and on to a showstopping skylit library. Head to the luxurious owners suite to find two fully customized walk-in closets and an extraordinary marble en suite bathroom with a soaking tub, walk-in rain shower and a separate dressing area with a wide double vanity. Two more secondary suites - one perfectly arranged for two beds - feature roomy closets and private bathrooms. Additional closets and an extra-large utility room with a side-by-side washer-dryer and a sink add convenience and ease. A private roof deck and planter garden invite you to relax and unwind alongside remarkable open-sky views that stretch all the way to One World Trade.
Built in 1910, 161 Hudson Street is a buff brick and limestone building that once served a dried fruit and nut business and machinery and paper companies. Converted to residential condominium use in 2004, the pet-friendly elevator building offers part-time doorman service (weekdays 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., weekends11 a.m. to 8 p.m.), storage and a common roof deck. A 1 percent flip tax is paid by the purchaser.
From this Tribeca Historic District location, at the corner of Hudson and Laight streets, youre surrounded by fantastic dining, shopping and nightlife venues. The buzzy tech startups and advertising shops of Hudson Square are nearby, and Hudson River Park offers near-endless waterfront outdoor space and recreation. Transportation from this desirable neighborhood is a breeze with 1, A/C/E, J/Z, 6 and N/Q/R/W trains, excellent bus service and CitiBike stations all within easy reach.