The Staple Street Skybridge Is for Sale

staple bridge now 111012Holy cow! From Gothamist: “9 Jay Street and 67 Hudson #3B in Tribeca are on the market, and the property includes the Staple Street skybridge that connects them. […] Town Real Estate made note of the listing in their newsletter, writing: “By way of total coincidence, 9 Jay Street and 67 Hudson #3B are being offered for sale, off market, by one of those guys on Million Dollar Listing. This will include the bridge connecting 9 Jay to the third floor apartment across Staple Street. Yes—the bridge will be all yours. The interiors are extremely bare, and open, compared to the historical exteriors. The price is available by request only.” So who’s going to ask and report back? (UPDATE: The Post says it’s “around $30 million.”)

UPDATE: Some of the marketing images are below…. The brokers are Ryan Serhant and Kaptan Unugur of Nestseekers.

9 Jay and 67 Hudson Staple Street bridge floor plan9 Jay and 67 Hudson Staple Street bridge renderingAnd the brokerbabble from the Nestseekers email…. The common charges are $1,481.86 and annual taxes $70,395.

9 Jay St and 67 Hudson #3AB are exclusively offered for sale together for the first time in over 30 years. The sale comes with exclusive use of widely recognized and photographed footbridge overlooking Staple Street that connects 9 Jay Street to 67 Hudson #3AB at the third floor.

The residence is currently an extraordinary 6,300 square foot home. 9 Jay St a 25’ wide townhouse on the northwest corner of Jay and Staple. 67 Hudson #3AB a condo and originally two separate apartments that were combined to create an oversized loft. And famed TriBeCa footbridge that connects the two properties at the third floor over Staple Street Alley.

9 Jay & 67 Hudson #3AB feature immense potential to create a one of a kind home on one of TriBeCas most recognized streets. The residence boasts ample space to create a majestic five bedroom, five bathroom home. In addition 9 Jay St has further potential to be developed and converted for either or both commercial and / or residential use. With ceilings that span over 11’ and 50 windows throughout facing North, South, East and West, the residence is flooded with sunlight all times of the day and present enormous potential.

The property also features a large roof top terrace with picturesque cityscape views of downtown and TriBeCa. Original architects Robertson & Potter designed the building in 1907 with their signature aesthetic, which is still in tune and true today of TriBeCa’s historical roots.



  1. what the what!?

  2. why don’t you credit the article to the broker who wrote the article? Jason Homa of TOWN

  3. On the 67 Hudson building, why is one wall yellow and one wall green-gray? Is that historically accurate? Landmarks approved?

  4. NY post article indicated it will be priced at $30 million…….

  5. Well, I guess you could make your money back if you could figure out some way to charge people for photographing the bridge. There are almost daily photo shoots or films being made on that block. I have to chuckle when I see models rolling around on the street knowing that it is a fav spot for dog walkers and pigeons.