This rare corner Tribeca penthouse is the needle in the haystack, combining a light-filled and immaculate loft interior with a gorgeous private rooftop oasis. This is the opportunity you have been waiting for to live at the heart of prime Tribeca.
The apartment+éGÇÖs entry hall leads to an inviting and sun-flooded corner living/dining room with oak hardwood floors, exposed brick, and 5 large arched windows with north and west exposures. Adjacent to the open living and dining room is a beautifully renovated large chef+éGÇÖs kitchen with a cozy windowed breakfast nook, featuring granite countertops, Miele and Gaggenau appliances, a 36' SubZero refrigerator, and teak wood and frosted glass cabinets.
The spacious master bedroom has extensive closet space attractively concealed by Shoji screens and an ensuite bathroom with elegant tile work, custom vanity with slate countertops and a soaking tub with shower. The second bedroom also has ample closet space. Both are ideally situated with northern exposures onto Leonard Street, one of the quietest blocks in lower Manhattan. A spacious second bathroom with washer and dryer completes the lower level. Up a spiral stair is a charming, skylit den/home office, with sliding glass doors leading to the expansive private rooftop garden. This coveted outdoor space includes panoramic views to the World Trade Center and beautiful sunsets over Tribeca. The apartment also features central air-conditioning.
90 Hudson Street is a stately pre-war loft co-op in the heart of Tribeca. Its prime location on the corner of Leonard and Hudson Streets offers ready access to some of Manhattan's best restaurants and shops, a nearby Whole Foods, Washington Market Park and its fantastic childrens' playgrounds, Hudson River Park, and exceptional access to transportation. The building offers a full-time super, a key-locked elevator, and basement bike storage.
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