We’re taking a (covetous) look at the four-bedrooms in West Village’s The Printing House conversion.
The 421 Hudson Street project, originally a 1911 printing house, was developed by Myles Horn, Belvedere Capital Management and Angelo, Gordon & Co. Workshop/apd designed the 60 new condominiums with a warm mordernist feel.
The four-bedrooms feature 15-foot ceilings, white oak rift cut cerused flooring, genuinely large windows for natural light and open chef’s kitchen with custom white lacquer millwork cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops, Waterworks ceramic tile backsplash and appliances by Wolf, Bosch and Sub-Zero. The apartments have a true laundry/utility room equipped with Bosch washer/dryer and master suite with multiple closets, separate dressing area and master bath with custom vanity, limestone tile, radiant heat flooring and Thassos mosaic honed marble accent walls. A gunmetal steel custom staircase leads to the mezzanine level, and all homes are pre-wired for cable, high-speed Ethernet and home automation systems.
Here’s the floorplan for Unit 223, which measures 2,725 square feet and is asking $4.975 million.
Unit 423, asking $5.4 million, measures 2,717 square feet.
The brisk sales at The Printing House reflect one of the most robust sales seasons in the history of New York real estate, particularly in the luxury sector. The second quarter of 2014 was the third strongest quarter ever for contract activity in the city, with 3,907 contracts signed, according to recently released data by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. Inventory for homes under $5 million declined nine percent from last year, with few residences coming online. Also, new development pricing is on the rise, with an average price per square foot of $2,453 — an eight percent increase from last year.