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A true trophy home with peerless direct views of Canal Park and the Hudson River, this 2,948 square-foot loft in an historic spice warehouse features original 19th century wood structural beams and sun-drenched floor-to-ceiling arched windows. The elevator opens directly into the expansive living room with 4 thick white oak floors and industrial exposed brick. The open chef's kitchen boasts a frosted-glass tile backsplash, CeasarStone countertops, a 6-burner Wolf gas range with fully vented hood, and a Liebherr refrigerator and wine cooler. The home luxuriates with three spacious bedrooms, three full baths, a home office, central AC and heat, and an in-unit washer and dryer. The Spice Warehouse is a boutique prewar condominium originally constructed in 1895 in the Beaux Arts style with a 25" thick facade. The building offers a full-time resident manager, gym, bike room and storage room. An extra-large storage cage is designated to this unit. An incredible investment, this loft is uniquely positioned overlooking the river in a quiet corner of Hudson Square, at the crux of SoHo, TribeCa and the West Village. There is much upside for the new owner in this transformative section of West SoHo. The home is one block from St. Johns Terminal where Google will make a 1.7 million square foot campus and four blocks from Disney's upcoming 19 story New York headquarters. Not to mention a fabulous location within blocks from the trendiest restaurants and nightlife. Close subways are the C and E trains at both Spring and Canal.