10 Hudson Square


New York, NY 11237

  • ~$60/sqft

Building Details

  • Owner/Leasing ManagerTrinity Real Estate
  • Floors12
  • ArchitectVictor Mayper
  • Walk Score®78
  • Year Built1929

10 Hudson Square is a plucky building in the middle of a sassy, up-and-coming neighborhood. Formerly called the Printing District, Hudson Square is a unique community now largely populated by ad agencies, architects, filmmakers, software developers, and other creative arts industries. Indeed, 10 Hudson Sq. is currently home to WNYC and its street-level broadcasting studio, a Bloomberg small-business incubator, and NYU’s Polytechnic School of Engineering. / Retrofitted in 2011, the building features a renovated lobby, bathrooms, windows, and infrastructure, which subsequently helped it gain an Energy Star certification of 89. With over 350,000 square feet of usable retail and office space, 10 Hudson Sq. is the laid-back, alternative option to the typical office building. Paired with its extremely unique neighborhood, this building offers a truly creative, authentic space.

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  • Sample Units

    Small2,500 sqft$12,500 /mo est
    Medium5,000 sqft$25,000 /mo est
    Large10,000 sqft$50,000 /mo est
    Whole Floor20,000 sqft$100,000 /mo est
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    Manhattan has some serious competition from Brooklyn in the world of commercial real estate. Aggressive developments in the so-called Brooklyn Triangle, which includes DUMBO, Downtown Brooklyn (DoBro), and the Navy Yard are starting to yield fruit in the form of diverse commercial space for lease. Look no further than unicorns like Etsy taking modern, perk-filled expanses on Adams Street in DUMBO, or companies like advertising giant HUGE and dating app HowBoutWe continuing to hunker down under the bridges.

    Beyond the triangle, neighborhoods like Greenpoint and Williamsburg, known for industrial space and vibrant residential life, are emerging as major players on the commercial scene as well. For companies in advertising and media, the synergies aren’t surprising. Large, open spaces. Exposed brick. The Northside Media Festival, billed as the baby SXSW. More supply hitting the market and favorable rents (compared to parts of Manhattan). The ingredients are set for an upstart commercial contender. Companies like Kickstarter, Bustle and unicorn VICE got the memo long ago. Who will be next?

    Venturing to Brooklyn’s southern reaches, find Sunset Park, an historically diverse residential neighborhood now inviting some surprise commercial tenants to a resurgent Industry City. Time Inc. was impressed enough to forsake the convenience of Midtown Manhattan to take up residence as Sunset Park’s leading commercial tenant. Although the Brooklyn Nets might have something to say about that.

    Even neighborhoods known to be reliably appealing residential destinations are getting startup fever. Park Slope, Fort Greene, and Gowanus are springing co-working spaces left and right.

    So you see: something is happening in Brooklyn.

    Will you be part of it?

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