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Charting the Many Changes Coming to Tribeca's Hubert Street

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For as short as Tribeca's Hubert Street is, the four block stretch between West and Hudson streets is undergoing a lot of change. Buzz Buzz Home first noted the "deep, luxurious rash" of new development poised to transform the street. Here's a look at what's to come:

1) 11 Hubert Street: Designed by architect Winka Dubbeldam as a live-work space, 11 Hubert Street was unloaded by both Dubbeldam and WiNK boutique chain owner Stephen Werther, who each held a percentage stake in the building. Both stakes were acquired in April for $15.3 million by an anonymous LLC. Now it seems the new owner will demolish the existing building, except for its garage, and build a new three-story single family townhouse. BBH did some digging and found evidence of the project through the Office of Environmental Remediation. No permits have been filed with the Department of Buildings for the new mansion.

2) 15 Hubert Street: The block-through landmarked building—also known as 407 Greenwich Street—is undergoing a gut renovation and vertical enlargement lead by the omnipresent CetraRuddy. When complete, the building will have a ground-floor restaurant, nine 2,300-square-foot apartments on floors two through four, and three larger duplex penthouses on floors five and six. There will also be a rooftop common space. BBH notes that the building's teaser site avails that pricing will be between $2.8 million and $5.2 million.

3) 10 Hubert Street: The Romanesque Revival building at 10 Hubert Street is being converted by ODA into a rather high-end rental building. When complete the building will have four apartments, one of which is already rented and another of which is on the market for $16,250.

For more, check out Buzz Buzz Home.
· Tribeca's Hubert Street says hello to more luxury products [BBH]
· All 11 Hubert Street coverage [Curbed]