This striking duplex penthouse is located atop an historic Art Deco loft building at 145 Hudson Street in New York, NY. There is approximately 7,500 square feet of interior living space as well as 4,500 square feet of private, wrap around terrace that offers spectacular 360-degree panoramic views of Manhattan and the Hudson River. Inside there are 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, steel and glass elliptical staircase, a massive living room with 18-foot ceilings and fireplace, dining room, polished concrete and teak flooring throughout, gourmet kitchen, billiards room and more. The penthouse has oversized glass sliding doors opening up to the terrace which boasts an outdoor kitchen, hot tub and an outdoor shower. It is listed at $48,000,000.

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  • WrteStufLA

    I was lucky to get to get a private tour of this place back in 2008, when it originally hit the market from the developer. It really is amazing, and the sculptural staircase is jaw-dropping. Use this link to get a look at the floorplans (look for the icons):

    http://streeteasy.com/nyc/sale/606387-condo-145-hudson-street-tribeca-new-york




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  • Daniel

    Apparently, $48 million buys a lot of glass and concrete.




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    • Joseph

      That is exactly what I think.

      $48 million can buy you a house five times the size of that in an area with less noise, light pollution, traffic, and hideous glass boxes with a lawn that isn’t made of concrete.

      That money could also buy a High Rise. If I want to spend tens of millions of dollars on a view, I wouldn’t want that view to be man-made.




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  • Tony

    This is way too much money for Tribeca. Denise Rich’s apartment on Fifth Avenue sold for around this same amount.




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  • Alex

    I’m 99% sure that $48 million could buy 1 Frick Drive, Alpine, NJ (AKA ‘Stone Mansion’).

    Don’t get me wrong, as a 25 year old I would love to live in NY, but $48 million for that….with no Central Park or waterfront (read ‘river’) view…. CRAZY… and the amount of glass I wont ever go near.




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  • Hunter

    No doubt..Prices in NYC and London seem to be out of control..Insanity!!




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  • AndrewF

    Not especially inspiring and surely overpriced, but at least it looks like a true penthouse, ie an addition occupying the whole roof. I get really annoyed with current real-estate speak where every top floor apartment now seems to become a ‘penthouse’! … and while I’m venting, what the heck is a ‘sub-penthouse’?!?? Apartment that is not even on a top floor is not a ‘sub-penthouse’ or any such nonsense, it is simply a regular apartment you idiots…




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