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The Printing House at 421 Hudson Street in the West Village is 75 percent sold.

Developed by Myles Horn, Belvedere Capital Management and Angelo, Gordon & Co., the 1910 industrial building was converted into 60 new condos. Workshop/apd designed the warm modernist project.

The one- to four-bedroom homes range from approximately 754 square feet to more than 4,200 square feet in size and from $1.85 million to $14 million in price. Interiors feature double-height living rooms, 11-foot-high windows, white oak flooring, lacquered white millwork and rustic Waterworks brick tiles.

The one-bedroom residences have been in particularly high demand among buyers; measuring 754 square feet to 1,218 square feet, the duplexes come with 1.5 or two bathrooms and are priced from $1.85 million.

“Demand for one-bedroom homes within new developments downtown is on the rise, as the supply is decreasing,” developer and principal Myles Horn said in a statement. “With two floors of living space and two bathrooms, our one-bedroom homes are not only unique to the downtown market, but also to all of Manhattan.”

According to data provided by Corcoran Sunshine, one-bedrooms in new developments downtown are becoming less common; from 2012 to 2013, the one-bedroom market share slipped from 29 percent to 20 percent. Demand is significantly outpacing supply for larger single-bedroom units measuring 900 square feet or more.

The development includes a block-long, 25-foot-wide private mews from Leroy to Clarkson streets. The 5,090-square-foot oasis by Gunn Landscape Architecture will showcase Japanese pagoda trees and a variety of mounded shade plantings. Lining both sides of the mews will be five more residences — two townhouses and three maisonettes.

Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the exclusive sales and marketing agency for the building. For more information, visit

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