Like a warm, wise friend who’s been redesigned into 60 high-end condos, The Printing House has been on our minds since its sales launch in March.
The eight-story industrial conversion at 421 Hudson Street released a fresh batch of units this week, ranging from a one-bedroom asking $1.775 million to a four-bedroom asking $5.7 million. The project was designed by workshop/apd, and the developers are Myles Horn, Belvedere Capital Management and Angelo, Gordon & Co.
The residences have 15-foot ceilings, double-height living rooms, 11-foot windows to maximize natural light and intelligent Nest thermostat technology, along with show-off kitchens with Caesarstone countertops and appliances by Wolf and Sub-Zero. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, concierge, a newly landscaped private mews, on-site valet service and private storage available for purchase.
Here’s one-bedroom Unit 511, which measures 932 square feet and is asking $1.775 million:
Unit 210, a 1,887-square-foot two-bedroom, is asking $3.95 million:
And here’s four-bedroom Unit 723, which measures 2,756 square feet and is asking $5.7 million. The first-floor master suite has four closets, a separate dressing area and a bath with custom vanity, limestone tile and radiant heat flooring. The gunmetal steel staircase leads to the mezzanine level, which has a study and full bath with custom Calacatta marble flooring and countertops. And of course, the living room windows look over the block-long mews created by Gunn Landscape Architecture.
Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is handling sales at the property.