Duplex penthouse atop a prewar Tribeca condo renting for $25,000/month

Posted On Fri, December 9, 2016 By

Posted On Fri, December 9, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Tribeca

An opulent duplex penthouse that’s been on the market since last year is trying its hand as a rental. Located at the Powell Building, a prewar Tribeca condo at 105 Hudson Street, the apartment is up for grabs at $25,000 a month. It first hit the market in 2015 asking $9 million, and has been slowly price chopped down to its current ask of $7.995 million. That sales or rental price will get you four bedrooms over 3,000 square feet, 3,300 more square feet of outdoor space and stunning views from the top of the building.



powell building penthouse

You enter the corner apartment from a keyed elevator entrance. It’s got a wide-open, lofty floor plan with exposures to the south, north and east, offering views of the skyline and the waterfront. The open living and dining room, on the lower level, is anchored by the open kitchen.



The kitchen is decked out with a huge center island, wine cooler and fancy stainless steel appliances.


The apartment is currently configured with three bedrooms and an office space. The master, lined with wood, has its own dressing area and a bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub.



A spiral staircase from the living room leads you to the massive roofdeck above. Besides that 3,300 square feet of glorious outdoor space, the deck is wired for sound and provides 360 degree views of the Hudson River, World Trade Center and Empire State Building. Not bad for a penthouse apartment!

The Powell Building was built in 1892 and now holds 16 condo apartments. It’s located on the west side of Tribeca, just about a block away from the waterfront.

[Listing: 105 Hudson Street, PH11S by the Tavivian Sporn Team for Douglas Elliman]

[Via CityRealty]


Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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Neighborhoods : Tribeca



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