The Roebling Building, 169 Hudson St, Unit 3N
The Roebling Building, 169 Hudson St, Unit 3N
The Roebling Building, 169 Hudson St, Unit 3N
The Roebling Building, 169 Hudson St, Unit 3N
The Roebling Building, 169 Hudson St, Unit 3N
The Roebling Building, 169 Hudson St, Unit 3N
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The Roebling Building, 169 Hudson St, Unit 3N
The Roebling Building, 169 Hudson St, Unit 3N
The Roebling Building, 169 Hudson St, Unit 3N
The Roebling Building, 169 Hudson St, Unit 3N
The Roebling Building, 169 Hudson St, Unit 3N
The Roebling Building, 169 Hudson St, Unit 3N
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The Roebling Building, 169 Hudson St, Unit 3N

169 Hudson Street, Unit 3N, TriBeCa, Manhattan, NY 10013

$6,250,000
Enjoy wide-open living spaces, abundant sunlight, and top-notch amenities in this massive four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom historic Tribeca loft, with a separate media room and home office. Arrive via a private keyed elevator and be greeted by eastern sunlight that floods the great room and entry from six oversized windows. Beamed ceilings, columns, rich hardwood floors, and handsome millwork are the hallmarks of this expansive 27-foot by 37-foot space, offering ample room for living and dining areas warmed by a wood-burning fireplace. A powder room, temperature-controlled 50-bottle wine room, and huge mudroom/closet provide added convenience nearby, while the separate skylit media room is the ideal destination for informal gatherings. The beautifully executed eat-in-kitchen is a dream with rows of cabinets and counter space, including both a center island and a separate breakfast counter, surrounding full-size stainless steel appliances. Four serene bedrooms line the western half of the home. The oversized master is the perfect city retreat with a separate home office, three custom closets, and a tranquil lodge-like en suite bathroom, featuring a deep-soaking tub, separate walk-in shower, and dual-sink vanity surrounded by wood and river stone accents. Another large, sunlit bedroom suite features a walk-in closet and en suite bathroom, while two more bedrooms are set across from the home's third full bathroom. Additional closets, a private basement storage unit, and a large laundry room with a utility sink attend to storage and wardrobe needs in this beautiful Tribeca showplace. 169 Hudson Street is a stately Renaissance Revival warehouse built-in 1894. The structure was dubbed The Roebling Building in 1912 when Brooklyn Bridge’s designer, John August Roebling, acquired the warehouse for his steel cables and wire rope business. Converted to condominiums in 2000, an interior courtyard was added to bring light to the expansive loft homes which also enjoy 24-hour doorman service, a full-time superintendent, gym, private basement storage, a wine cellar, and a tasting room. With just 12 units, the pet-friendly building offers ideal quiet and privacy in the heart of the Tribeca North Historic District, with first-class shopping, dining, and entertainment at every turn. Ample open space is moments away at the Hudson River Greenway, and nearby 1 and A/C/E trains provide unbeatable access to the rest of the city. Seeing is Believing!

4
beds

3.5
baths

4,203 Sq.Ft. LIVING AREA

Matthew Slosar

Matthew Slosar

Features & Amenities

Interior

  • total bedrooms4
  • Total bathrooms3.5
  • full bathrooms3
  • half bathroom1

Area & Lot

  • Status Sold
  • Living Area4,203 Sq.Ft.
  • MLS® IDOLRS-1665223
  • TypeCondo
  • YEAR BUILT1915

Financial

  • Sales Price$6,250,000

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