GOOGLE is investing $1B in their new home in Hudson Square. You can do the same for quite a bit less.
Located at the crossroads of Soho, Tribeca, and the West Village, it is just seconds from the Hudson River Park, 255 Hudson is a post-war condominium which features a 24-hour attended lobby and a fabulous landscaped roof deck. It has easy access to the 1, A, C, E trains. Neighborhood favorites include City Winer, Ear Inn, The James Hotel (and rooftop), Cipriani Downtown, Dominique Ansel Bakery, Westville, and many, many, more.
Inside #3F, light pours into this lovely and comfortable one bedroom condominium all day through a wall of east facing windows with floor-to-ceiling glass.
This apartment is totally turn-key. Semi-open to the large living room with a British height standup counter, the chef’s quality kitchen is appointed with Subzero refrigerator, Viking Range, Bosch integrated dishwasher, wine cooler, and a stainless steel under mount sink. There is a plenty of Tanzania Anigre wood cabinetry above and below, Italian green glass backsplashes, and crisp gray slate countertops.
The king-sized bedroom has excellent custom closets and there are two large closets in the entryway as well. The bathroom has a deep Kohler cast iron soaking tub with limestone shower and glass enclosure, under mount sink, warm-toned Pietra Bedonia stone topped built-in cherrywood vanity.
The unit features quiet cork entryway, tiled kitchen, and mahogany floors in living and bedroom. It also comes complete with central air conditioning and full sized washer/dryer.
255 Hudson is the lowest price per square fooot among its neighbors and #3F is the lowest price per square foot in the building. This is an incredible value.