The Printing House facade 6-14

Last month, the first townhouse at West Village’s The Printing House hit the market, so we decided to stop by the pre-war conversion for a construction check.

The 421 Hudson Street project was developed by Myles Horn, Belvedere Capital Management and Angelo, Gordon & Co., with workshop/apd at the design helm. The main apartment building, originally a 1911 printing house, was converted from rentals into 60 new condos.

The newly built four-bedroom townhouse, asking $14 million, measures 4,228 square feet over five levels, including the cellar. The residence includes a private elevator, six bathrooms, roof deck, a fireplace on the glass-enclosed open main level and a third-level master suite with two dressing areas.

The development’s two townhouses (the second has yet to be released) will have entrances through a private mews. Designed by Gunn Landscape Architecture, the mews runs the length of the block from Clarkson to Leroy streets, with sculptural benches, picturesque planting beds and green walls.

On-site construction signage indicates that the townhouses will be completed in December 2014. Below construction shots taken from Clarkson Street:

The Printing House mews construction

The Printing House construction 2

The Printing House construction sign

The Printing House construction 3

Below is the Hudson Street entrance to the apartment building:

The Printing house front door

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