At the base of a high-end residential building
Features - All dry uses considered - ADA bathroom and white box
The former factory building now known as The Sky Lofts is located at 145 Hudson Street in New York’s Tribeca neighborhood. Built in 1929, the Art Deco industrial building has 140,000 square feet of space. The mixed-use structure houses luxury residential condos, office condos, and retail space for rent on the ground floor.
Office space features a sunny and cavernous interior, with enormous, new industrial-style windows. Twelve foot ceilings and sanded, buffed and sealed concrete floors add to the appeal of this creative/loft space. The newly remodeled lobby is attended 24/7, and features bamboo paneling, polished plaster, and Indian slate floors.
The building has 30,000 square feet of prime Tribeca real estate space. Storefront is bright and oversized, with double-height glass. Retail neighbors include Baker Tribeca, Pompanoosuc Mills, Duxiana, and Wichcraft.
Formerly known as the Hudson Square Building, this structure once housed architects, filmmakers, and commercial printers. The building is close to the Holland Tunnel for car commuter convenience, and it is also convenient to the A, C, E, 1, 2, and 3 subways.
The building sits on a two story base of gray granite, with prewar industrial brick framing the expansive windows. A stone carved arched entryway leads into the spacious new lobby.
|James Carpenter Design Associates|
|Gerrard & Tan Architects|
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