Residence 2BC at 100 Hudson is a sprawling, meticulously renovated pre-war loft with 13' ceiling heights -- in the heart of prime Tribeca, between Leonard and Franklin Streets. Currently set up with two bedrooms and two baths, this extraordinary home can easily convert to a three-bedroom plus den or...
Residence 2BC at 100 Hudson is a sprawling, meticulously renovated pre-war loft with 13' ceiling heights -- in the heart of prime Tribeca, between Leonard and Franklin Streets. Currently set up with two bedrooms and two baths, this extraordinary home can easily convert to a three-bedroom plus den or office.
Upon entering this substantial loft, a large foyer leads to a brilliant light filled 56' wide great room with soaring 13' beamed ceilings, and 10 massive double glazed, south facing windows. Lovely views over quiet cobblestoned Leonard Street look out toward the neighboring 19th century loft buildings and the exquisite historic Mercantile Exchange building on Hudson. Currently set up with living, dining, media and office areas, this immense space can easily be transformed to create two split bedrooms (one at each end), and still allow for a gracious, 32'x16.5' living room.
The sumptuous open Scavolini kitchen was designed for entertaining and boasts an extensive waterfall island with breakfast bar, exquisite quartzite countertops, Urban Archeology tile backsplash, abundant customized cabinetry with pull out pantries, and top-of-the-line integrated appliances by Bosch, Miele and Wolf.
The grand, private, pin-drop-quiet primary bedroom suite features that same 13' ceiling height, three oversized windows and a cavernous walk-in closet/dressing room. The spa-like ensuite bathroom is tiled in travertine marble with a custom vanity, a deep Duravit soaking tub, a large glass-enclosed shower, and boasts luxurious fixtures and a towel warmer.
At the opposite end of the loft, a private secondary bedroom has a large double closet with built-in shelving. Across the hall, a luxurious renovated bathroom features a large glass enclosed walk-in shower with Hansgrohe and Duravit fixtures, and porcelain walls and flooring by Stone Source.
Additional noteworthy features of this extraordinary loft include stately quarter-sawn seven inch white oak flooring throughout, Miele washer and dryer, abundant closets and storage with built in shelving, and custom Lutron lighting throughout. A sizable 96 square foot storage locker transfers with the purchase of this incredible home.
100 Hudson, built in 1909, is a well-managed boutique pre-war co-op located in the heart of prime Tribeca on Hudson Street between the charming cobblestoned Franklin and Leonard streets conveniently located near public transportation and many of the City's best restaurants and shops. This classic loft building, with a handsome brick, granite and limestone facade and ornate copper cornice, boasts a landscaped and furnished common roof deck, a central laundry room, private storage, and a live-in superintendent.