Building: The Hubert at 7 Hubert Street in Tribeca
17 floorplans available
Owned by WXII/HUBERT STREET, L
Built in 2003
Tribeca Thrill, 7 Hubert Street has a celebrated history tracing back to 1866-67, when it was occupied by the American Express Company. Since then the original building was demolished and turned into a paring lot. The parking lot served as an empty canvas for Architect Ritch S. Griffiths to envision 7 Hubert Street. It was built in 2003 16 floors hosting 33 apartments which include:
28 lofts, 3 maisonettes, 2 townhouses, each with a private garden and garage
Full service building, 24/7 doorman, Bike Room; Garden; Fitness Room; Laundry Room; Nursery; Private Storage.
Pied-A-Terre Allowed. W/D Allowed.
Financing Allowed: 90%.
According to the New York Magazine before even finished 7 Hubert’s glamour has attracted visitors such as Harvey Weinstein, Paul McCartney, Victoria’s Secret model Veronica Varekova, and New York Ranger Peter Nedved with his fiancée.
Steps away are some of New York City’s finest dining and boutique eateries, public transportation, and great public schools. 7 Hubert is the definition of lofty living in a neighborhood that’s known for its laid-back ambiance, quiet cobble stoned streets and beautiful green spaces such as Saint John’s Park.
Description provided by Rotem Lindenberg
- BKSK Architects
- Pavarini McGovern
|Bike Room||Laundry in Building||Pied-à-terre allowed|
|Doorman||Live-in Super||Community Recreation Facilities|
|Elevator||Parking Available||Storage Available|
|NYC Storm Zone B|
|1 previous sales listings:||$4,166 per ft² (avg in the last 180 days)|
|1 previous rentals listings:||$93 per ft² (avg in the last 180 days)|
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