Location: 169 Hudson Street PH#7, New York, NY

Square Footage: 6,054

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 4 bedrooms & 5 bathrooms

Price: $24,000,000

This duplex loft is located in The Roebling Building located at 169 Hudson Street in the Tribeca neighborhood of New York, NY. The 8 floor building boasts 12 apartments and this is the only one currently for sale. It features approximately 6,054 square feet of living space spread over 2 floors with a private rooftop deck. Rustic touches are located throughout such as walnut bookshelves and credenza, reclaimed barn wood floors, custom brass hinges and handles and antique lamps and lights. The 1st floor features a huge living/dining room area, powder room, gourmet kitchen with pantry, 3 bedroom suites and a study with spiral staircase that leads to another study on the 2nd floor. The 2nd floor features the master suite, a billiards room and a terrace (lower deck that connects to the rooftop deck) with built-in outdoor kitchen. The rooftop deck features sitting areas, a kitchen and a swimming pool with waterfall.

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  • Tony

    Hey Kenny, whatever happened to John Finton? Did he ever answer our questions? Did you ever follow up with him??




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    • Kenny Forder

      Yes, I did. I’m waiting for his answers.




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  • Randy

    A young trader by the name of Andrew Ellingston Beck III bought this place in 2004 for only $5.6 million. He took his multi-million dollar bonus checks and renovated the hell out of this palce going for the ‘artistry antique look’ . Now, a killer pad to bring back some beeotches after the bars and get them naked in the pool . ( yes, im a bit jealous of this douche ) This is NOT SoHo, so he should not get anywhere near his asking.




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  • Daniel

    Very dark. Reminds me of the interior of a 1980s home in central Connecticut.




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  • Grrrowler

    It looks “off”, but I can’t put my finger on what it is. Maybe it’s the completely unimaginative furniture, or the rather boring wood floors, or the lack of interesting details. It doesn’t really look antique-y, it just looks old.




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  • Geoffrey

    this place is about as broker as you can get!




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  • Venom

    $24 million for the whole building, right?




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  • lambskin

    I don’t get this place It does not seem that a rich bachelor/hipster would furnish it this way-it looks like a mish mash of barn and basement and old house. I know the bathroom was done with a lot of money but ew. I am a pool nut but I don’t like this one at all.




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