|Address:||75 Varick Street||Class:||B|
|Cross Streets:||Canal & Watts Streets||Size:||1,045,820 SF|
|Year built:||1929||Architect:||Buchman & Kahn|
The commercial office building at 75 Varick Street in Lower Manhattan was originally built in 1930 as a light industrial building, with a design by Buchman & Kahn. At the time, the Hudson Square area was home to a thriving printing and manufacturing industry. The building was converted to office space in 2002, winning the BOMA International Renovated Building of the Year Award. Nowadays, the building known as 1 Hudson Square is owned by Trinity Real Estate and managed by Hines Interests, and features Class B office space with modern amenities.
1.1 MSF of Class B Lower Manhattan Office Space
1 Hudson Square comprises more than 1.1 million square feet of Class B Lower Manhattan office space across 17 floors. The building also incorporates 60,000 square feet of retail space on the first floor, and boasts LEED Silver certification for its energy efficient features.
Amenities at 1 Hudson Square include 25/7 security, on-site building management, a large, modern lobby, upgraded windows, elevators and HVAC systems.
Getting to and from 1 Hudson Square
The Hudson Square area of Lower Manhattan is easily accessible via the 1, A, C, E, M5, M20, and M21 lines. 1 Hudson Square also offers tenants easy access to other parts of Manhattan via PATH trains and the nearby Canal, Spring, and Houston Street subway stations.
Who is renting office space at 1 Hudson Square?
1 Hudson Square is currently home to various companies operating in industries like healthcare, real estate, and media and publishing, including Trinity Real Estate, Getty Images, Horizon Media, New York Media, Oscar Health, Harry’s, and the American Numismatic Society. The building’s convenient location in close proximity to public transportation, as well as dining and retail options, make it an appealing destination for office-using tenants of all sizes.
How much is the rent price for office space at 1 Hudson Square?
Office asking rents at 1 Hudson Square are roughly on par with the Lower Manhattan average, which rests at around $62 per square foot. The Hudson Square area offers a wide range of available spaces at different price points, and Lower Manhattan overall is significantly more affordable than Midtown, where office rents are nearing $90 per square foot.