BACK ON THE MARKET ! Second chance to own one of Tribeca's most unique and state of the art homes.

7 Hubert Street Apt: TH3H
New York NY 10013
Cross street:Hudson Street

Building

Type:Loft
Era:Pre-war
Floors:16

Property

Ownership: Condo
Rooms: 10
Bedrooms: 4 BR
Bathrooms: 5.5
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Price: $12,400,000
Common charges: $5,529
Real estate tax: $7,146
Financing Allowed: 90%
Minimum down: $1,240,000
415 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10017
Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC

Description

BACK ON THE MARKET!

Second chance to own one of Tribeca's most unique and state-of-the-art homes. The interior is currently being remodeled to deliver a clean, sleek, palette ready for new owners to simply move in with their belongings or effortlessly apply their own finishing touches. New upgrades for the same price!

The Space
TH3H at 7 Hubert has over 6,500 SF of interior space and approximately 3,000 SF of outdoor space. There are three over-sized bedrooms on the upper level, one potential bedroom on the main level, and three "multi-purpose" rooms on the lower level. A brand new sauna and theater complete that lower level, which also has direct access to the condominium's fitness center, children's playroom, storage room, and bike room. This style of access lends unparalleled privacy, as does passage to the garage from the main floor.

Key Features
A meticulously kept private garage, a 2,200 SF rooftop terrace, an 800 SF backyard, brand new sauna, and an array of high-end technology make TH3H truly a one-of-a-kind residence. Security components such as ballistic polymer-wrapped windows, a safe room, and motion sensors are unmatched. Speakers have been built-in throughout, and a fully integrated Crestron system has been installed. The house is pre-run with extensive Cat6 wiring to ensure that the new owner can easily adjust to the future.

The Architecture
The concrete slabs between both floors were poured at the same time as the superstructure of 7 Hubert Street, and this is reflected in their thickness and density. In theory, they are so thick that they could support the weight of a 13-story building, a characteristic that establishes the home as nearly audio proof.

The Hubert Condominium
As an address, 7 Hubert Street boasts a notable pedigree, dating back to 1866-67 when The American Express Company occupied it. After the building was demolished, the lot was used for parking, and from that blank canvas, BKSK Architects artfully envisioned 7 Hubert Street. At 16 stories, the Hubert was built in 2003 with 33 apartments and two townhouses.

TH3H is one of the most sound, well-engineered townhouses available in downtown Manhattan. Truly an expansive and impressive space, inside and outdoors, its amenity-rich blend of privacy and prime location has no equal.

Amenities

Bike Room; Garden; Fitness Room; Laundry Room; Nursery; Private Storage;

  • washer-dryer-hookups
  • Concierge
  • Elevator
  • fitness-facility
  • Garden
  • Health Club
  • laundry-room

Neighborhood

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BACK ON THE MARKET ! Second chance to own one of Tribeca's most unique and state of the art homes.

Description

BACK ON THE MARKET!

Second chance to own one of Tribeca's most unique and state-of-the-art homes. The interior is currently being remodeled to deliver a clean, sleek, palette ready for new owners to simply move in with their belongings or effortlessly apply their own finishing touches. New upgrades for the same price!

The Space
TH3H at 7 Hubert has over 6,500 SF of interior space and approximately 3,000 SF of outdoor space. There are three over-sized bedrooms on the upper level, one potential bedroom on the main level, and three "multi-purpose" rooms on the lower level. A brand new sauna and theater complete that lower level, which also has direct access to the condominium's fitness center, children's playroom, storage room, and bike room. This style of access lends unparalleled privacy, as does passage to the garage from the main floor.

Key Features
A meticulously kept private garage, a 2,200 SF rooftop terrace, an 800 SF backyard, brand new sauna, and an array of high-end technology make TH3H truly a one-of-a-kind residence. Security components such as ballistic polymer-wrapped windows, a safe room, and motion sensors are unmatched. Speakers have been built-in throughout, and a fully integrated Crestron system has been installed. The house is pre-run with extensive Cat6 wiring to ensure that the new owner can easily adjust to the future.

The Architecture
The concrete slabs between both floors were poured at the same time as the superstructure of 7 Hubert Street, and this is reflected in their thickness and density. In theory, they are so thick that they could support the weight of a 13-story building, a characteristic that establishes the home as nearly audio proof.

The Hubert Condominium
As an address, 7 Hubert Street boasts a notable pedigree, dating back to 1866-67 when The American Express Company occupied it. After the building was demolished, the lot was used for parking, and from that blank canvas, BKSK Architects artfully envisioned 7 Hubert Street. At 16 stories, the Hubert was built in 2003 with 33 apartments and two townhouses.

TH3H is one of the most sound, well-engineered townhouses available in downtown Manhattan. Truly an expansive and impressive space, inside and outdoors, its amenity-rich blend of privacy and prime location has no equal.

Amenities

Bike Room; Garden; Fitness Room; Laundry Room; Nursery; Private Storage;

  • washer-dryer-hookups
  • Concierge
  • Elevator
  • fitness-facility
  • Garden
  • Health Club
  • laundry-room

Neighborhood

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