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Tribeca’s historic Staple Street skybridge returns for $35M

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The unusual home is back with a $15 million price cut

Photos courtesy Travis Mark for Sotheby’s

One of Tribeca’s most unusual listings—an 8,170-square-foot townhouse at 9 Jay Street—has made its way back to the market. The quirky home, which happens to come with the historic Staple Street Skybridge that connects it to a loft on Hudson Street, has been off and on the market for the past three years and originally wanted $50 million. This time around, it’s asking $35 million.

As previously stated, it’s not unreasonable to think that selling this property must come with unique challenges. It’s listed as a one-bedroom townhouse with air rights and the potential to be converted into someone’s “Tribeca dream mansion,” while the addition of the skybridge and the attached corner loft at 67 Hudson Street makes it all the more interesting.

The listing touts French doors, an eat-in kitchen, an open living and dining room, a roof deck, and stunning views from the skybridge as some of the highlights this place has to offer. Only time will tell if the $15 million price reduction will manage to lure a buyer this time around.