The historic Carpenters Union Building at 395 Hudson Street in Greenwich Village, NYC.

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Address: 395 Hudson Street Class: B
Cross Streets: West Houston & Clarkson Streets Size: 697,000 SF
Year built: 1921 Architect: N/A

In the center of New York City’s Midtown South, 395 Hudson Street office space blends historical craftsmanship and modern functionality. Originally erected in 1921 and once the headquarters for the Carpenters’ Union, today, it serves as a dynamic workspace for a diverse mix of media, tech, and other professionals.

Heritage Meets Horizon at Your New Address

Just west of SoHo, alongside the picturesque Hudson River, stands a place where the essence of industrial heritage blends seamlessly with the pulse of contemporary Manhattan across 697,000 square feet and 10 stories. Managed with dedication by Cushman & Wakefield and owned by NYCDCC Benefit Funds, 395 Hudson Street office space offers a treasure-trove of quality Class B workspaces. Moreover, it was thoughtfully renovated in 1989 to meet the demands of modern businesses. Whether starting fresh or seeking a creative spark, the unique combination of space, history, and location offers an unparalleled backdrop for your ambitions.

A Space Crafted for Your Vision

In a city that never sleeps, finding a workspace that not only meets physical needs but also inspires can be a challenge. Look no further. Your future office space at 395 Hudson Street is more than an address; it’s a platform for innovation. Here, every square inch is an opportunity for ideas to converge and evolve. Whether you’re revolutionizing tech, forging new media pathways, or creating digital wonders, the fusion of historical charm and strategic location fosters an environment where your creativity can reach new heights.

Amenities That Elevate Your Workday

Step into a day at 395 Hudson Street, where amenities blend seamlessly with ambition, setting a new standard for the work-life harmony you deserve. Here, the features are not mere perks; they are essential threads in the fabric of a productive and innovative daily experience.

  • 24/7 Concierge Service: Begin your mornings with a warm welcome from our round-the-clock concierge, ready to assist with your every need.
  • Executive Boardroom: Elevate your meetings in an executive board room that inspires strategic thinking and groundbreaking ideas.
  • Alveole Rooftop Urban Beekeeping: Connect with nature and spark creativity on the Alveole rooftop. Here, urban beekeeping meets unmatched views of the city skyline.
  • 24-Hour Security & Card Key Access: Peace of mind is yours with a comprehensive security system and personalized card key access. Guarantee a safe and secure environment at any hour.
  • Productivity-Enhancing Conveniences: From the ground floor to the rooftop, every aspect of 395 Hudson Street intends to boost productivity and foster innovation.

Connectivity at Your Doorstep

Positioned for ultimate convenience, 395 Hudson Street ensures you’re well-connected not just digitally but physically to the city around you. Whether you’re commuting via the 1 and E train lines or the PATH service to New Jersey, your voyage to and from work is a breeze. Step outside to explore Hudson Square’s eclectic mix of shops and restaurants. Venture a little further to the sports and entertainment delights at Pier 40.

A Diverse Community of Visionaries

395 Hudson Street is a beacon for diverse industries and creative minds. Once the exclusive domain of the Carpenters’ Union, it now welcomes a variety of tenants from WebMD and Emmis Communications to Kaplan. This melting pot of companies creates an enriching environment where ideas flow freely, and collaboration is the currency of success.

Available Space

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Building Location & Nearby Public Transportation

Nearby Transportation

Subway

Houston Street (1A) - 6 minutes Walk

Important Information

Listings are presented for illustrative purposes only; they may no longer be available and are provided merely as an exemplary representation of the types of spaces in a given neighborhood for a given price.