195 Hudson Street Condominium is a premier Tribeca Manhattan luxury loft condo building, built in 1929.
Converted in 1999, today this 7-story boutique pre-war building has 28 apartments some of which have retained the original mushroom shaped supporting columns. Originally the spaces were delivered raw by the sponsor so each owner created their vision of what a true downtown Tribeca loft living was.
Large spacious floor plans, many apartments have terraces, high ceilings, large oversized windows, as well as central air and wood-burning fireplaces, which individually were created into living, functional works of art.
Hardwood floors, gourmet island kitchens with an abundance of open loft space to design to your specific taste. True cook's sun-lit eat-in-kitchens many with Viking burners and a grill, exterior venting hood, under counter built-in wine coolers and Sub-Zero refrigerator, Poggenpohl Cabinetry, Ceasarstone countertops, Wolf oven, Kitchen-Aid stovetop with Miele exterior venting hood, Miele dishwasher, InSinkErator and some with full-sized wine refrigerator.
Luxurious master suites, offer large windowed bathroom with dual vanities, steam shower, soaking tub, surround sound and plenty of storage and custom walk-in closets
As the former Headquarters of the US Rubber Company, 195 Hudson Street never looked so good as these owners have turned it into and exemplify true downtown Tribeca loft living.
The building’s entrance has a exquisite limestone boarder deep with carved detail with a brushed aluminum covering, framed against the building’s red brick makes for a very elegant and distinctive yet modern looking front entrance. Desbrosses street side of the buildng is a wonderful cobblestone street reminiscent of a time gone by.
Building amenities include; full service Concierge and Doorman, private keyed elevator plus freight elevator, parking garage and pet friendly.
195 Hudson Street Condominium is a fantastic location and highly sought after building. Located at the Northern part of Tribeca that affords you easy access to much of Downtown Manhattan as you are close to Wall Street, the restaurants, nightlife and shopping, Soho, Greenwich Village, public transportation, just steps to the Hudson River Waterfront that makes downtown living so attractive and quick easy access to the Holland Tunnel.
Written by John Diamantopoulos