Look Inside a $10M Penthouse That Just Listed in Hudson Square

Western Manhattan has a bit of a geographic gray zone at the border of Greenwich Village, SoHo, and Tribeca. This quiet swath of city blocks between Clarkson Street and Canal Street is called Hudson Square. If you’re unfamiliar, there’s perhaps no better vantage point to take it all in than the penthouse atop 497 Greenwich Street, which just hit the market. Asking $10 million, the apartment embraces its neighborhood and has an abundance of outdoor space.

Soon to be home to tenants like Google and Disney, compact Hudson Square has a big presence. Especially at this abode. Designed by interior architect Sally Rigg, it mixes clean lines with raw materials for a wonderfully laidback feel. The views span the Hudson River all the way to the Statue of Liberty, perfectly framed within double-height walls of glass.

A closer look can be taken from any of the three private terraces accessible from the unit: The first off the great room; the next from a bedroom, and the last a rooftop outfitted with a kitchen and shower as well as lush (and irrigated) landscaping. This totals to 1,646-square-feet of private outdoor space, a perk many Manhattanites only dream of.

Inside lies 3,560 square feet of further living space, including 3 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms. The building itself boasts its own pool and sauna, as well as screening rooms and a Zen garden.

Leila Yusuf, Leonard Steinberg, Jeffrey Stockwell, and Alan Shaker of Compass hold the listing.