The Printing House, at 421 Hudson Street, is the latest example of a former industrial site going condo — though slowly. The eight story, 58-unit building was once a printing facility, and then a residential rental. But it got a makeover after developers Myles Horn, Belvedere Capital Management and Angelo Gordon & Co. purchased the property in 2011. The building’s transformation into condos was no easy feat. Matthew Berman of Workshop/APD, which oversaw the project, has compared reconfiguring the units to a game of Tetris. Available units at press time ranged from a 912-square-foot one-bedroom, asking around $1.5 million, to a penthouse on the market for $14 million. The “lofty style” apartments feature white oak floors, lacquered woodwork and double-height living rooms. Residents at the doorman building will receive a complimentary one-year membership to the on-site Equinox gym. Contact www.printinghousewestvillage.com or 212-675-0421.
|NAME||The Printing House||PRICE RANGE||From $1,475,000 to 14,000,000|
|ADDRESS||421 Houston Street||SIZE RANGE||From 754 Sq Ft to 2,725 Sq Ft|
|TOTAL UNITS||9||TAX ABATEMENT||No|
|DEVELOPER||Myles Horn||AVG COMMON CHARGE||$0.61/sf|
|BROKER||Corcoran Sunshine||FINISHED BY||Late 2014/ Early 2015|