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Hudson Square

Hudson Square
New York, NY 10013
Hotel, Office, Retail, Residential, New Construction

Hudson Square, formerly known as the Printing District, is a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, and major developers have set their sights on transforming it following a major rezoning in 2013. Boutique hotels, artisanal restaurants and major businesses have appeared in the area recently in hopes of bringing more foot traffic on nights and weekends.

In November 2014, Trinity Real Estate announced plans to build four luxury residential towers in Hudson Square. Cadillac also announced that it will be expanding to Beacon Properties' 330 Hudson Street (now minority-owned by Ivanhoé Cambridge and Callahan Capital Partners), where it will lease 20,000 square feet for office space for executive, marketing and sales staffers.

Since the rezoning of Hudson Square, 16 condominium and hotel development sites have appeared in the area, with Massey Knakal Reality Services' senior vice president of sales, Robert Burton, referring to it as a sleepy area that is now an awakening giant.

  • Address Hudson Square
  • neighborhood Hudson Square
  • borough Manhattan
  • owner entity 90-14 51 REALTY INC.
  • residential units 7
  • total units 7

04/18/18
...looking at a Trinity Church-owned development site at 4 Hudson Square, the New York Post reported. The lot, which includes an office building, could allow...

04/02/18
...to create a 50,000-square-foot biotech co-working center in Hudson Square, and Taconic Investment Partners and Silverstein Properties are looking to attract companies to lab...

03/22/18
...shift with its 116-unit condo 70 Charlton Street in Hudson Square. The under-construction building, where one-bedrooms start at $1.6 million, has a 60-foot saltwater pool and...

03/14/18
...purchase of 330 Hudson Street, an office tower in Hudson Square. The company assumed the $178 million of existing debt on the building, and its loan...

03/13/18
...at 77 Charlton Street, its forthcoming condominium project in Hudson Square. The luxury homebuilder officially filed plans for a 161-unit development with the New York...

03/08/18
...on the 170,000-square-foot office building 175 Varick Street in Hudson Square for $32.75 million. The buyer was a partnership between investment firm AEW Capital Management, which...

02/27/18
...his collection by Isamu Noguchi was installed in Hudson Square near the Holland Tunnel last December. But for a few in the business, collecting...

02/21/18
...Development landed a $73 million construction loan for its Hudson Square development at 111 Varick Street. PGIM Real Estate Finance, TriState Capital Bank and Valley National...

02/15/18
...landed a $180 million loan for its acquisition of Hudson Square office tower 330 Hudson Street. The lender for the new mortgage is Massachusetts Mutual Life...

02/12/18
...in Manhattan and Brooklyn, including 481 Washington Street in Hudson Square and 47 Third Avenue in the East Village. The seller was Quality Door Corporation, which...

02/09/18
...Omnicom in December renewed its 200,000 square feet in Hudson Square at GFP Real Estate’s 200 Varick Street...

01/19/18
...also rumored to be checking out spaces in Hudson Square, but the deal at Starrett Lehigh makes sense for several reasons. Aside from the...

01/08/18
...Street and Jeff Gural 5) Omnicom Group, 200 Varick Street, Hudson Square - 200,000 square feet The advertising giant renewed its lease for 10 more years for 200,000 square...

01/08/18
...recorded gains. The submarkets of Soho, Murray Hill, Hudson Square, U.N. Plaza and the Hudson Yards/ Manhattan West area also saw price increases...

01/02/18
...Cambridge is in contract to sell a 470,000-square-foot Hudson Square office building at 330 Hudson Street to AEW Capital Management for $385 million, The Real Deal...

12/29/17
...of Trinity Church, acquired the leasehold of a Hudson Square office building; it already owns the land beneath it. Tishman Speyer has held the...

12/12/17
...The agency is relocating from its digs in Hudson Square to Brookfield Property Partners' 300 Vesey Street, where it signed a lease for nearly 60,000 square...

12/06/17
...Sani Group purchased a five-story apartment building in Hudson Square for $17.5 million. The property, at 37 King Street, contains 40 rental units. The seller is Barel...

12/04/17
...another 10 years. Omnicom has been in the 410,000-square-foot Hudson Square building for more than 25 years, the Commercial Observer reported. Asking rents are reportedly in...

11/30/17
...at 481 Greenwich Street, a former industrial warehouse in Hudson Square. Last year, they paid $9.98 million for their third pad at the building. Their first...

11/20/17
APF Properties intends to double the height and boost the square footage of its office building at 163 Varick Street, plans filed with the city’s...

...Ellen Baer President, Hudson Square Connection What are you reading right now? “Swing Time” by Zadie Smith. What spurred...

10/24/17
...according to Rutter, it would have been in Hudson Square, where the average sales price was $3.1 million. “We’ve had discussions about it with...

10/20/17
...agency Saatchi & Saatchi at 375 Hudson Street in Hudson Square from Tishman Speyer, according to Real Capital Analytics. Maefield Development, Fortress Investment Group and...

10/11/17
...Shake Shack just inked a lease at the Hudson Square building as well, agreeing to a 15-year deal for 39,000 square feet in September. The...

...are roughly a century old — in their 5 million-square-foot Hudson Square portfolio. Further reading on Tara Stacom, including deals and articles. The partners made headlines...

09/22/16
...Jamestown Properties 325 Hudson Street building in Manhattan’s Hudson Square, originally developed as a warehouse in 1965. Savills Studley’s Erik Schmall and Allyson Bowen...

...as tenants have historically gone to Midtown South, Hudson Square and Meatpacking move to FiDi,” he said. The neighborhood “is definitely the value proposition...

...the advertising firm Havas, which is moving to Hudson Square. Jason Greenstein, a managing director at Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, is marketing the space...

...Midtown South market — which includes Chelsea, Flatiron, Soho, Hudson Square and Tribeca — saw 630,000 square feet of positive absorption. During the same period, there was...

...amp; Sons, which recently fully leased up one Hudson Square building, put a large block on the market at another in the same neighborhood...

...square feet of office space concentrated in the Hudson Square area of Midtown South. In response, his firm has raised its asking rents 10 to...

...the entire second floor of 99 Hudson Street in Hudson Square, which is part of the Midtown South submarket. Source: CB Richard Ellis Meanwhile, financial...

...But even with that, some areas such as Hudson Square/Tribeca still have some of the highest availability rates in the city. The online...

...for about 6,000 square feet at 250 Hudson Street in Hudson Square. The firm will move to the Jack Resnick & Sons-owned building from 7,000 feet at...

...Media inking a deal for 115,000 square feet at 1 Hudson Square, CBRE said. The high leasing numbers reduced the availability rate by .4 points to 15 percent...

...per square foot in November, with the Tribeca/Hudson Square submarket seeing the steepest fall, of $1.74 per square foot to $40.58 per square foot, CBRE...

...buying price, Corcoran said. 505 Greenwich Street 505 Greenwich Street, Hudson Square Opening prices in March 2004 ranged from $495,000 to $3.3 million for the building's 104 units, ranging from...

...University committed to a 36,000-square-foot expansion at One Hudson Square. Rents keep climbing in a Manhattan market analysts describe as the healthiest since the...

...slipping to an average of $41.78 a square foot. Hudson Square was the hub of leasing activity in Midtown South in May. In addition to...

...to $61.74 per square foot year-over-year while prices in Hudson Square, an area Turchin said was traditionally the “lowest hanging of the fruit in the...
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