An Historic Tribeca Treasure.
Hidden from view and masked behind white washed tilt-and-turn windows is a magical open canvas waiting for new ownership's creative vision. Once inside this hidden treasure, the open windows reveal quintessential cobblestoned Tribeca with brilliant exposures south, west, north and east. The views include iconic streetscape of old New York to Duane Park and the new World Trade Center.
The private residence begins when the elevator opens on the 3rd floor in 67 Hudson, a condominium building circa 1894, the former New York Hospital Building and crosses into 9 Jay Street, circa 1907, a/k/a as the ambulance annex for NYH, through the renowned Staple Street footbridge. 9 Jay Street is a 25'X53' 4-story brick building with 2 curb cuts and air- rights possibilities. 67 Hudson is approx. 2300 SF corner loft. It boasts a large bedroom with en-suite bath, walk-in closet, open living and dining room and large eat-in kitchen. A door from the kitchen of 67 Hudson opens into a hallway that leads to the 3-story high Staple Street Skybridge with its French door glass-paneled windows and striking vantage point views of old Staple Street. The views from the bridge are enchanting. Purchase and enjoy as a palatial residence ...
Originally known as the “Triangle Below Canal,” Tribeca is the chicest and most affluent neighborhood in Manhattan.
While the area is neither flashy nor quaint, it has all the amenities that make life comfortable: well-maintained parks, notable restaurants, family friendly venues, quiet streets, luxurious spas and more. The 19th century mercantile architecture that dominates the neighborhood is both austerely beautiful and uniquely well suited to the luxurious, massive lofts favored by its inhabitants. The cobblestone streets are wide, ... read more