Josh Hartnett’s Tribeca penthouse just sold for $3.55M

Posted On Mon, January 22, 2018 By

Posted On Mon, January 22, 2018 By In Celebrities, Recent Sales, Tribeca

Back in July, 6sqft reported that the elusive Josh Hartnett (“Black Hawk Down,” “Pearl Harbor”) had surfaced to list his sprawling Tribeca co-op at 16 Hudson Street for $4.25 million. Though the corner penthouse, which Hartnett bought in 2004 for $2.4 million, looks massive, it’s only got one bedroom. The heartthrob actor-turned-producer just had a second child with longtime girlfriend Tamsin Egerton, so we’re guessing more space is key. The 1,965-square-foot apartment with One World Trade Center views recently sold for $3.55 million, according to Mansion Global.

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It’s possible that new staged photos and a price chop helped move the property, which was recently renovated and has that coveted city prize: a spacious private roof deck. The loft has a giant living space with 10 windows above built-in cabinetry. Though, as mentioned, it’s currently set up as a one-bedroom home, the listing points out that a buyer could add “numerous windowed bedrooms and still have gracious entertaining and dining space.”

josh hartnett, celebrities, 16 hudson street, penthouses, tribeca, recent sales

josh hartnett, celebrities, 16 hudson street, penthouses, tribeca, recent sales

A sky-lit kitchen has top-of-the-line appliances and a six-seat counter.

josh hartnett, celebrities, 16 hudson street, penthouses, tribeca, recent sales

The bedroom is outfitted with a walk-in closet, windowed dressing area, and glass-tiled bath complete with two sinks, a large soaking tub, and a double walk-in steam shower.

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Up the spiral staircase is the 940-square-foot roof deck, which has plenty of room for outdoor dining and lounging.

Other perks include tons of custom cabinetry and storage, electric shades, hardwood floors, high ceilings, central air conditioning and a washer/dryer. Built in 1915, the 25-unit boutique co-op loft conversion offers a full-time super, a landscaped common roof deck, a video intercom, bike storage and passenger and freight elevators.

[Listing: 16 Hudson Street #PH6C by Pamela D’Arc for Stribling]

[Via Mansion Global]

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Images courtesy of Stribling.

Photo of Josh Hartnett, via Wiki Commons

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