175 Hudson St

Tribeca, New York City, NY

Features of 175 Hudson St

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About 175 Hudson St

175 Hudson Street, Triangle below Canal Street, New York, is commonly known as the Roebling Building. Tenants looking to rent office space reflecting New York’s colorful heritage could not wish for a more evocative address.

Built in 1893, the Roebling Building at 175 Hudson Street, New York marked a drastic change for this part of Manhattan, for originally the area was home to elegant homes. After the Hudson River Railroad Company had purchased the land, developers turned the area into a freight terminal.

Entrepreneur John H. Wray wanted “fireproof” warehouses and asked architect James Edward Ware to design something that would “last”. Ware was famous for designing brick buildings able to withstand fire well. Instead of designing a typically utilitarian warehouse, he created a work of art. 175 Hudson Street, New York, features intricate red brickwork below a carved granite cornice, terracotta trims and arched windows, cast iron beasties supporting iron freight awnings and elegant pilasters capped with limestone capitals.

The Tribeca neighborhood is today home to trendy cafes and restaurants, high-end loft residences and great shops. 175 Hudson Street, New York was converted into 12 enormous luxury apartments in 2000 which have since housed various celebrities.

Internet Providers for 175 Hudson St

Provider Technology Max Download Speed Max Upload Speed
10 Gb/s: Lightower Fiber
10 Gb/s
10 Gb/s
25 Mb/s: Verizon New York Fiber
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25 Mb/s
6 Mb/s: Time Warner Cable Cable
100 Mb/s
6 Mb/s
50 Mb/s: MegaPath DSL
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50 Mb/s

The Neighborhood: Tribeca

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