Industrial-grade stunner The Printing House in West Village is over 50 percent sold.
Developer Myles Horn announced that over half of the condos at the 60-unit conversion have signed contracts. The eight-story, Italian Renaissance facade building at 421 Hudson Street was redesigned by workshop/apd.
The newly released residences are a mix of one- to four-bedroom homes ranging in size from about 750 square feet to over 2,700 square feet. Pricing starts at approximately $1.65 million. Apartments have open plans, high-drama double-height living rooms and 11-foot-tall windows for lots of natural light. Interiors include cerused white oak flooring, lacquered white millwork and Waterworks brick tiles.
Here’s fresh-to-market Unit 824, a 754-square-foot one-bedroom asking $1.65 million:
There’s also room for greenery at The Printing House, which will feature a block-long, 25-foot-wide private mews stretching from Leroy to Clarkson streets. Designed by Gunn Landscape Architecture, the mews will be lined with Japanese pagoda trees and mounded shade plantings. Two townhouses with private rooftop terraces and three maisonettes — all yet to hit the market — will line the mews.