435 Hudson Street is an office building located in the West Village of NYC. The nine-story building was constructed in 1931 and offers 291,064 square feet of office space for rent. Among its tenants are Baron & Baron, L’Oreal USA, Fremantle Media, Adidas, and the New York Review of Books. Although an older building, Hudson has become a center for creative businesses, media, entrepreneurs, and a destination for international brands looking for unique and quality space.
The office space is rated Class B construction. Transit options near the building include Journal Square-33rd Street and Hoboken-33rd Street train lines, which can be accessed at the Christopher St Subway Station (approximately a four-minute walk away). The metro lines A, B, C, D, E, F, and M can be accessed near the West 4-Street-Washington Square Subway Station (approximately a nine-minute walk). The building features 24/7 access and security, as well as onsite management. It overlooks landmarked West Village townhomes, the Hudson River, and Soho.
What was originally built in the early 1900s as a printing press house today has become a creative hub for businesses and brands that are drawn by the flexibility of the space and the energy of the neighborhood.