By Kevin Korber of Village Confidential
TheRealDeal reports that the Printing House, the former West Village warehouse turned apartment building at 421 Hudson Street, will become condominiums at the end of a conversion process. The projected open date for the new condominium is set for September of this year.
Construction on the new West Village condo will begin soon, according to new owners Belvedere Capital and Angelo Gordon & Co. Conversion specialist Myles Horn has been brought in to refit the Printing House for its new use.
The Printing House, which is located on 421 Hudson Street, currently houses 95 rental units, mostly one and two-bedroom apartments. Prices for the rentals were last priced as starting at $3,800 per month, according to streeteasy.com.
The conversion process would create larger units, including some three and four-bedroom apartments. Also, plans are in place to redo the hallways, lobby, elevator, and third floor vestibule. More renovations are planned for the future.
Horn said that no prices have been set for the completed West Village condo. However, he did note that residents of the new condos would get a one-year membership to Equinox gym. Equinox operates a facility in the ground floor of Printing House.
If you would like to view available units at 421 Hudson Street aka The Printing House, please call us at (212) 400-4838 or e-mail keytothecity@AkerlyRe.com.