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A smart, warm home is a happy home; just ask Google, which recently acquired Nest Labs, the maker of the Nest Learning Thermostat, for $3.2 billion in cash.

West Village conversion The Printing House features intelligent Nest thermostat technology that learns and adapts according to use. But that’s not the only way the 421 Hudson Street development keeps you cozy.

1. Warm modernism, defined

Workshop/apd helmed the renovation of the 1911 Italian Renaissance facade building. Every one of the 60 residences has been individually designed with a deft touch, with white oak flooring, lacquered white millwork and Waterworks brick tiles.

The Printing House warm

2. Let there be light

The apartments, which range from one- to four-bedrooms, sport double-height living rooms and 11-foot-tall windows for tons of natural light.

The Printing House living room

3. In the kitchen

The open layouts make the kitchens the star of the show, with Caesarstone countertops, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances and Timeline cabinetry, workshop/apd’s signature line for Aster Cucine.

The Printing House kitchen 12-3

4. Sweat it out

Residences have easy access to the flagship Printing House Equinox in the building. In addition to state-of-the-art training facilities, the fitness center offers a rooftop pool and sun deck. Other amenities include a 24-hour doorman, private storage available for purchase, on-site valet service and a freshly landscaped private mews.

Check out the available units here.

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