Hudson Square is a classic example of a pocket neighborhood within a larger neighborhood. Fortunately for developers, the boundaries are loosely defined, because this area is in the midst of one of the most anticipated transformations in decades. Typically considered to be the area bounded by West Houston, 6th Avenue, Canal, and West Street, with about 4 blocks of leeway on each border, Hudson Square has over 20 new residential buildings scheduled between now and 2020. Pair that with over 1.2M square feet of office space, and you have one of the most active neighborhoods in an ever-flourishing downtown.
With over 20 new buildings comprised of 900+ new condominium and rental units, area highlights include Herzong & de Meuron’s 160 Leroy, Extell’s 70 Charlton, and Related’s 107-unit rental building at 460 Washington, all of which are ground-up new construction projects. RFR Holdings is opting for the conversion route with its 42 unit project at 67 Vestry.
Between 330 Hudson’s $220M redevelopment and One Soho Square’s 768K SF of renovated office space, Hudson Square is receiving some much needed upgrades in the office space spectrum. A total of 1.22M square feet of offices are planned between the two buildings.
For a complete breakdown of everything happening in the area, click on the infographic below!