Updated Feb. 22, 1:30pm: We swung by the site this weekend; scroll down for photos. Judging from the rendering, the conversion will keep the building’s prominent address sign — at least, residents will have no trouble finding home.

Hudson Square condo project 286 Spring Street has released a teaser site.

The 1920s industrial loft building was converted by Atkins & Breskin Co. into four full-floor residences, ranging from three-bedrooms to five-bedrooms. Hustvedt Cutler Architects did the exterior and d’Apostrophe Design did the interiors. The apartments are sized from about 3,670 square feet to 4,585 square feet.

Atkins & Breskin acquired the property in 2012, according to public records. The site shares the same address as Parlor, a members-only social club.

Douglas Elliman is marketing the project, which will be available in late spring of this year.

286 Spring

Rendering: Douglas Elliman

286 Spring facade

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286 Spring side

286 Spring work permit

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