The Printing House at 421 Hudson Street

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Jul.July 10, 2014 11:30 AM

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.

NAMEThe Printing HousePRICE RANGEFrom $1,475,000 to 14,000,000
ADDRESS421 Houston StreetSIZE RANGEFrom 754 Sq Ft to 2,725 Sq Ft
TYPEConversionAVG PPSF$2,148
TOTAL UNITS9TAX ABATEMENTNo
DEVELOPERMyles HornAVG COMMON CHARGE$0.61/sf
BROKERCorcoran SunshineFINISHED BYLate 2014/ Early 2015

Source: Streeteasy, BuzzBuzzHome, TRD, news reports. Data as of early July. List primarily includes Manhattan condo projects that have started sales since Jan. 1, 2010 that have units on market. Projects that started sales since Jan. 1, 2010 that subsequently sold out, have all units in contract or don’t currently have any listings on the market were excluded in most cases. “Price range,” “Size range,” “Avg PPSF (Price Per Square Foot)” and “Common Charge” refer to units currently for sale.

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