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The townhouses at West Village’s The Printing House are diligently rising.

The two ground-up construction townhouses are part of a larger project at 421 Hudson Street, between Clarkson and Leroy streets. The main apartment building, originally a 1911 printing house, was converted from rentals into 60 new condominiums in 2013. The developers are Myles Horn, Belvedere Capital Management and Angelo, Gordon & Co. Workshop/apd designed the project.

The newly built four-bedroom townhouses measure about 4,200 square feet each, with five levels, private elevators, rooftop terraces, floor-to-ceiling windows and gas-burning fireplaces. The kitchens and dining areas have windows that open into a private mews. Designed by Gunn Landscape Architecture, the mews runs the length of the block from Clarkson to Leroy streets, with sculptural benches, planting beds and green walls.

Compare the progress of the townhouses with a photo we took in June 2014:

Printing House townhouse interior

The Printing House townhouse front


A shot of the main apartment building:

The Printing House main building

Available condominiums at The Printing House are priced from $1.725 million for a 754-square-foot one-bedroom. Each residence at The Printing House has been individually designed, so that no two homes are identical. The apartments feature open plans, 15-foot ceiling heights in the living room, 11-foot windows to maximize light and gourmet kitchens with Caesarstone countertops, Timeline cabinetry and appliances by Wolf and Sub-Zero. All units come with Intelligent Nest thermostat technology and pre-wiring for audio, video and home automation.

Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, full-service concierge, redesigned lobby and easy access to a flagship Printing House Equinox in the building, complete with rooftop pool and sun deck (there’s also a SoulCycle on the same block). Buyers will receive a free membership to the nearby Children’s Museum of the Arts and complimentary services from premier dog daycare Biscuits and Bath.

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