West Village Apartments
Printing House at 421 Hudson Street

Printing House is a post-war loft located in the West Village at Leroy Street and Clarkson Street. Printing House has features such as an elevator and allows pets. Residents of Printing House will love the building's prime West Village location. The building was built in 1911. Printing House is a condo building and has 8 floors and 183 apartments. Living at Printing House appeals to many people hoping to live in the West Village, Manhattan. There are apartments in this condo building which are currently available on the market.

Amenities

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  • Health Club
  • Laundry Room On Every Floor
  • Valet
  • Common Storage Room
  • Garage
  • Pool

Location

Neighborhood
West Village
Cross Streets
Leroy Street and Clarkson Street
Zip Code
10014
Block
601

About Printing House

Floors
8
Built
1911
Apartments
183
Type
Loft
Pre/Post-war
Post-war
Ownership
Condo
Green Building
Nope

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    About West Village

    Affectionately known as “The Village,” West Village and Greenwich Village occupy the area between Houston and 14th Street, from Fourth Avenue to the Hudson River. Quaint, tree-lined streets, great restaurants and entertainment options and hordes of students characterize the Village, which is the most popular neighborhood in New York City. Townhouses and walk-ups are the most common type of housing found in this exclusive neighborhood, which has attracted many families with its great schools. Known as a bohemian destination, you are more likely to encounter celebrities dining at some of New York’s best restaurants or tucked away in one of the myriad quiet bars. The West Village spans most of the city’s subway lines, but on the weekends there is little need to leave the neighborhood.