The Tribeca Skybridge Townhouse & Condo is unique in many ways. For starters, the property is made up of both a former New York Hospital Building and the adjacent ambulance annex that are connected by the Staple Street footbridge. Built in 1907, the four-story brick townhouse offers a bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, a walk-in closet, and an open living space. A doorway in the kitchen leads to the walkway where you can access the adjoining condo. Both buildings are already full of notable features like 11-foot ceilings, over 50 windows with views of old New York to Duane Park and Freedom Tower, and a 1,175-square-foot rooftop terrace. Another rare quality is the size. Totaling 8,170 square feet the majority of both interiors are a blank canvas, giving the future owners full creative freedom to dream up their ideal home.