The Printing House West Village


Variety : The Final Chapter


Published 09/13/2016

The Printing House — the iconic loft condominium building that anchors the West Village at 421 Hudson Street — introduces the final residences for sale, two newly-built townhouses and three maisonettes designed by the noted architect Andrew Kotchen and his firm Workshop/APD. These residences embody The Printing House’s signature aesthetic of industrial modernism, while incorporating details of classic New York City townhouse living. Enter these extraordinary homes through a gated, lush, private mews designed by Gunn Landscape Architecture to be a year round oasis of trees and foliage. The townhomes, with private elevators, four bedrooms and five spectacular levels, offer a truly expansive way of living. Floor-to-ceiling windows fill the homes with natural light, and the living and dining areas can be fully opened to the mews, allowing for fresh garden air in warm weather and views of seasonal foliage in the colder months. The kitchens are designed to feel timeless, effortless and functional, with professional-level appliances, custom cabinetry and Calacatta marble islands and backsplashes. Gas-burning fireplaces with Venetian plaster surrounds provide a warm and intimate focal point. Read More


Surface magazine celebrates cutting edge design


Published 07/14/2016

Your browser does not support the video tag. Surface welcomed over 150 people to the new townhouses and landscaped mews at The Printing House. The pair of newly-built, elevatored townhouses, designed by workshop/apd, were the backdrop for an exhibit by OTHR design studio sharing their new line of 3D-printed housewares with guests.       Read More




The Wall Street Journal: In New York City, an Industrial Alley Gets New Life as a Leafy Lane


Published 07/08/2016

New York City has a small trove of hidden streets, alleys and old-world mews, often cobblestoned and lined with former stables and carriage houses. Now joining the collection is a 200-foot-long landscaped lane running along the rear of a former industrial building on Hudson and Clarkson streets in the West Village. The 28-foot-wide gated alley was a passageway for trucks and industrial storage behind a 10-story building once used by the printing industry. It is now a condominium known as the Printing House. The passageway, which the developer calls the Printing House Mews, bears a resemblance to another industrial relic, the High Line park, built along elevated abandoned rail lines, about a 15-minute walk away. There are long, narrow planks of gray granite that run along the path to create “view corridors,” said Andrew Kotchen, an architect at Workshop/APD. Mr. Kotchen designed the mews along with Gunn Landscape Architecture. Read More


dwell on design: Converted West Village Condo


Published 08/20/2014

For many New Yorkers, finding a living space with character and history is quite a lofty goal. Luckily, for the residents of the West Village's Printing House, their home seamlessly combines ample charm with modern amenities. Sixty-four modern residences have been outfitted with chic and comfortable accents, from industrial-style metal staircases to driftwood details, creating a unique home that represents both the building's rich history and promising future. Read More


New York Post: New-Build Townhouses Return to NYC after 100-Year Pause


Published 07/09/2014

Central to the latest West Village boom: the celebrated redevelopment of The Printing House on Hudson Street. Specifically, the condominium’s two luxury townhouses are generating considerable buzz; the units afford 4,000-5,000 square feet of space to future homeowners, front a private mews-like lane, and can be purchased for $12M-$14M. The new-build townhouses--a fabulously rare occurrence in Manhattan--are attracting the attentions of wealthy buyers, offering an estate-like lifestyle in the middle of a buzzing metropolis. Read More


West Village Kid-Friendly Activities


Published 05/30/2014

The West Village is arguably one of the most perfect places to raise children in all of New York City, thanks to its tree-lined streets, close proximity to plenty of playgrounds and an abundance of kid-friendly activities in the neighborhood. Thanks to a new breed of luxury condominium developments in the area—like the expansive four Read More




Scene Magazine: Printing House Townhouse Launch


Published 06/15/2014

The Printing House hosted an ultra-exclusive launch party to celebrate its new townhouses with top Manhattan tastemakers. Scene Magazine joined the festivities to announce its most recent New York "It" list. New York City luminaries attended the event, admiring the new designs and luxurious amenities that this West Village condominium has on offer. Read More


Curbed: A First Look at Printing House's First Mews Home


Published 06/15/2014

New-construction townhouses in the West Village are so rare that each arrival warrants a sort of coming-out party. Meanwhile, those that front private mews are virtually unheard of- until now at least. The townhouses at The Printing House West Village are unparalleled; these West Village residences offer opulence with luxury amenities that include “an elevator, a fireplace, a roof deck with an enclosed media room and wet bar, and a full-floor master suite that includes two ginormous closet/dressing rooms and a sitting area.” The beauty of the mews, meanwhile, is owed to the stylings of Gunn Landscape Architecture. Read More


Luxury Listings NYC: Printing House townhouse hits market for $14M, Luxury Listings NYC


Published 06/15/2014

Potential buyers eagerly awaiting the lavish townhouses at The Printing House West Village can rejoice. One of the two townhouses is now on the market, offering luxury living space rarely seen, even in Manhattan. The townhouse boasts four bedrooms, six baths and enough space to get lost--a staggering 4,228-square feet. Read More


The Cherry Lane Theater


Published 05/14/2014

Opened as the Cherry Lane Playhouse in 1924 by none other than Edna St. Vincent Millay, the Cherry Lane Theater in the West Village has remained cutting edge and fresh even as it ranks among New York City’s most historic performing arts venues. Millay and her colleagues from Provincetown conceived of the Cherry Lane Playhouse Read More




The West Village’s Purveyors of Coffee, Tea, Food, and Wine


Published 04/28/2014

New York City’s West Village has undergone some drastic transformations in its long history. Parts of it seem to have been preserved in a time capsule, yet brand new shops and renovated luxury condos and townhomes seem to appear almost daily. The neighborhood still has plenty of small specialty shops if you know where to Read More




The New York Times: The West Village: Wish List Satisfied


Published 04/06/2014

Longtime couple Ms. Baum and Dr. Roth certainly know their way around New York real estate as they have been navigating the city since the 1980s. Today, they can both agree that the newly renovated Printing House, on Hudson Street, has been their best move yet. This West Village luxury condominium building has undergone major renovations and offers extremely lavish residences that have recently been transformed from rental apartments to condominiums. According to developer Myles J. Horn, the desire has been so high to live in the Printing House that “we had unanticipated demand.” Read More


Brunch Spots in the West Village


Published 03/25/2014

For the foodie-about-town, there are few things more gratifying than a leisurely weekend brunch amongst friends. In the West Village particularly, fashionistas and foodies co-mingle at the countless cafés that serve up near-perfect fare every weekend. While it’s hard to mess up a toasted bagel, the bearers of brunch below have truly elevated this midday Read More




Decoration Lovers: The Printing House, West Village


Published 03/18/2014

The Printing House, a new luxury condominium in the West Village, is now showcasing a “model residence, designed by Scott Sanders...This is the next in the line of homes designed through a partnership with Dering Hall. The residence is a 2,494 sq. ft. three-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom residence listed for $4,750,000.” Read More


Art Galleries in the West Village


Published 03/11/2014

New York has long made a name for itself as America’s premier destination for fine art, between its standout museums and its ever-growing population of galleries. One neighborhood that’s made itself known as a haven for art is Manhattan’s West Village, where art has proven itself to be less of a luxury than a lifestyle. Read More




West Village: Antique Shops


Published 02/18/2014

Whether hunting for a one-off piece, looking to improve your new luxury loft, or just browsing, the West Village has a dazzling range of antique stores to get you inspired. Everything from French-inspired homeware to vintage blown-glass to collectible handbags and furs can be found in the neighborhood’s stores. Here’s a selection of some great Read More




Scene Magazine: New Model Residence at the Printing House West Village


Published 02/13/2014

New York-based interior designer Scott Sanders is the man behind the most recent model residence at The Printing House, 421 Hudson Street. Sanders, with the help of Dering Hall--the online marketplace for interior designers, architects and artisans--showcases a broad range of design options in a model unit. “Contemporary interior design has evolved from white box minimalism,” Sanders says. “With the collaboration of Dering Hall and the Printing House, I have designed a NYC dream residence targeted to a global and sophisticated client.’” Read More


New York Magazine: Space of the Week: On Display


Published 02/06/2014

New York Magazine, Space of the Week: On Display, February 06, 2014 Over the past couple of years, The Printing House has undergone major renovations to modernize the sought-after West Village condominium. Now, famed interior designer Scott Sanders is showcasing his talents, decorating a spacious model unit. The condo is imbued with Sanders’ signature style, including “open-weave leather-strapped chairs (from) John Rosselli & Associates” that sit in the kitchen and a custom sleigh bed designed by Sanders from Dmitriy & Co. Sanders’ fresh approach is perhaps matched only by artist Sean Mellyn, whose work is displayed throughout the open walls of the home. Read More


West Village Late-Night Bars


Published 01/27/2014

If you’re looking for a late night libation in New York City, the West Village is a neighborhood with plenty of fantastic bar options for the discerning night-owl. Here are five bespoke late night drink spots just a short stroll from the luxury condominiums at The Printing House: The Otheroom 143 Perry St Brimming with personality Read More




Luxury Listings NYC: Patrick McMullan debuts exhibit at Printing House: PHOTOS


Published 01/15/2014

Famed photographer Patrick McMullan is practically a household name in New York. His work was on full display this week at The Printing House, home of the most celebrated apartments in the West Village. The exhibition--appropriately called “The West Village Through the Lens of Patrick McMullan"--drew artists and local luminaries alike. "The evening also served to debut a new model unit inside the building–a three-bedroom, two-bathroom spread that’s listed for $4.75 million. It was outfitted by designer Scott Sanders, and each item inside the unit is also for sale. The look of the home has a modern meets antique flair, which Sanders said he had fun assembling." Read More


Real Estate Weekly : Opening at the Printing House


Published 01/20/2014

“The Printing House West Village celebrated the opening of an exhibition of photos from photographer Patrick McMullan’s personal collection and a new model residence by interior designer Scott Sanders. McMullan’s photos encompass decades of shooting noted celebrities and personalities in the Village and demonstrate an edgier, more artistic side of his work.” Read More


Real Estate Weekly: 2013′s Most Expensive New York Condos


Published 12/27/2014

“It’s been a year of sky-high prices, record sales, new product entering the market and a surge of international buyers.” The luxury real estate market is in high demand; the economy is bouncing back and wealthy Americans and internationals are eager to invest their money in something tangible. “This summer had the heaviest volume in the 27 years,” said Jonathan Miller, of Miller Samuel Real Estate Appraisers & Consultants. Embodying the trend is The Printing House, boasting top-notch, amenity-filled West Village apartments for sale. Read More


West Village Boutiques


Published 12/23/2013

The West Village has a particular knack for attracting beautiful boutiques. Indeed, some of the most noteworthy shops in the city reside within a few-block radius. Here is a selection of some top local choices to help round out your winter wardrobe: Albertine 13 Christopher St Albertine isn’t just a wonderful boutique, it’s an inspiration. Read More




The New York Times: Luxury Apartments for a Little Less


Published 12/03/2013

These days, luxury condominiums in Manhattan seem to necessarily come with stratospheric price tags. But there are a few seasoned developers going against the grain, selling prime inventory below market, thus affording them a competitive edge. This is even true in the toniest areas of Manhattan. In the West Village, The Printing House is a surprisingly moderately priced offering, replete with lavish amenities, and more wallet-friendly than its counterparts. Read More


Interior Design : Fit to Print: Workshop/APD Makes Headlines At NYC Printing House Apartments


Published 11/26/2013

“In the last days of disco, New York lofts traded for a song. The target market for a 1979 residential conversion called the Printing House was aspiring creative types, as renters and occasionally as buyers.” Times have changed, thanks to the influx of professionals clamoring for top-of-the-line West Village apartments for sale. As the demographic of the neighborhood has morphed, so too has the need for modern-day design, which is why Kotchen and Matthew Berman’s firm, Workshop/APD was awarded the task of modernizing The Printing House while retaining its old-school charm. As Kotchen says, “Our look here is rustic modernism.” The entire building has been revamped: giving everything from the lobby to the apartments an edgy-yet-homey feel. Potential buyers are connecting with the feel of the building: while visiting the two-bedroom model apartments, they can easily envision themselves as residents of The Printing House.


Best Fall Bike Rides


Published 11/14/2013

Fall is the perfect time for an afternoon bike ride, even if you don’t own one yourself. With Citi Bike already an entrenched New York City institution–and the cold weather moving in quickly–here are five rides that you can enjoy before the winter chill sets in.    Hudson River Greenway This is the most heavily-used Read More




The Village’s Beat Legacy


Published 10/14/2013

“Many a visitor to New York would rather see a real-life beatnik than the Statue of Liberty.” That’s what an article written in 1959 once claimed. Indeed, back in the 1950s, beatniks weren’t just the talk of NYC, but much of the Western world. This new enclave of youth culture was at once thrilling, and Read More




Unwind Around the West Village


Published 09/17/2013

Whether you’re enjoying an evening out with colleagues or friends, there are some prime spots in the Village to grab that essential after-work cocktail. Here are five reliable destinations: Corkbuzz Wine Studio 13 E 13 St Try taking your vino enthusiast to Corkbuzz, where he or she can engage with owner Laura, who also happens Read More




The Village Voice: An Iconic NYC Newspaper


Published 06/27/2013

These days, we take for granted that if we need a new restaurant recommendation, or some pointers about what live music event to attend, we just pick up a copy of the Village Voice on our nearest corner. The free paper has become a New York institution and a must-have for long subway rides. Here Read More




Landmark in the West Village


Published 05/21/2013

When you think of Greenwich Village, probably the first thing that comes to mind is the neighborhood’s rich history with the creatively minded. But did you know that there’s a 111-year-old organization that uses the arts to directly help the community? Greenwich House (http://www.greenwichhouse.org) was first established to assist New York’s new immigrants to adjust Read More




Elle Decor : Dering Hall Presents Showcase Apartment


Published 05/01/2013

Elle Decor has hopped on The Printing House wagon. “Dering Hall partnered with Studio Tim Campbell, Soane Britain, and Corcoran Sunshine to design a model residence at The Printing House located at 421 Hudson Street...” Read More


West Village Walking Tour: Top 5 places to walk to in the West Village


Published 04/30/2013

If you’re looking to explore the West Village in all its glory, you must do so on foot, and the best place to start your journey is the aerial garden wonderment that is Highline Park – a wealth of greenery built on an abandoned railway line. Urban renewal doesn’t come any more charming than this – especially Read More




Curbed: Touring Four Lofts at the West Village’s New-Old Printing House


Published 06/23/2013

After much anticipation, The Printing House has finally launched sales for 60 residential units in the newly renovated, 100-year-old building. Almost every residence in the former 1910 factory has a unique floorplan. Interiors were masterminded by top leaders in design, including Carrier and Company... Read More




Real Estate Weekly : Printing House Launches New Duplexes


Published 06/19/2013

Party at the swankiest new condo in the West Village. "The Printing House West Village celebrated the launch of its newly designed duplex residences with a series of events for real estate brokers, as well as Housing Works and Dering Hall, the online marketplace for interior designers...Developer Myles Horn and Corcoran Sunshine's marketing team launched sales with four homes designed by leading decorators...” Read More




Tribeca Film Festival


Published 04/18/2013

Wedged between Sundance and Cannes — both temporally and geographically — the Tribeca Film Festival has become an indispensable patch in the City’s cultural tapestry. This year’s festival will open on April 17th with “Mistaken For Strangers,” a film documenting a touring Brooklyn indie rock band, The National. The lead singer doubles as director. The Read More




BuzzBuzzHome: Perfect Edition: We Covet Everything at the Printing House’s Model Units


Published 04/16/2013

BuzzBuzzHome toured The Printing House West Village, and was blown away by the comprehensive renovations of the one-to-four-bedroom residences, not to mention the lobby and common area of the 1910 building located at 421 Hudson Street. Everything--from the open-planned kitchen to the white oak flooring--sets this conversion apart from every other loft in the West Village. “Do we dare say...everyone, go home? The Printing House model units are the most insanely attractive thing you’ll see all day...” Read More


Dering Hall: Dering Hall at The Printing House


Published 04/16/2013

Tim Campbell of Studio Campbell and his team collaborated with Dering Hall, performing a feat of magic by transforming a two-story, two-bedroom, 1,614-square-foot loft into a modern and highly functional residence. “Beauty is found in the details...Our collective experience tells us that great work develops from collaboration and intention...” Read More


Luxe.daily : For Sale


Published 04/16/2013

"Have you ever walked into a home and thought: where is the 'add to shopping cart' button?” According to Luxe.daily, the iconic Printing House may just be the hippest condo conversion in all of New York City, thanks to swanky interior designer Tim Campbell. “Campbell has designed a two-story, two-bedroom residence fit for anybody who enjoys a timeless, beautiful design aesthetic... Read More


The New York Times Magazine: Spring Preview


Published 04/07/2013

The Printing House, a New York City landmark known for its distinct Italian Renaissance facade and double-height ceilings, has undergone a major transformation, merging the building’s iconic industrial spirit with the spunk of the West Village neighborhood. The Printing House offers five-residences of two to four- plus bedrooms with private entrances for those seeking ultra-exclusivity. Read More


The Real Deal : Development Updates


Published 04/01/2013

The wait is over, per The Real Deal. The most anticipated condo in the West Village is on the market. “Sales have launched at the eight-story,183-unit condo conversion, developed by Myles Horn, Belvedere Capital Management and Angelo, Gordon & Co....” Read More


New York Post: West-laid Plans


Published 03/21/2013

The Printing House is the redevelopment of 100 of the original homes in 421 Hudson St. — converted into condos in the late '80s — into 60 loft-style apartments.... Read More




Real Estate Weekly: Sales get underway at Printing House


Published 03/14/2013

Sales are underway at the Printing House, a one-time industrial property at 421 Hudson Street that has anchored the West Village... Read More




Curbed: Printing House Condo Conversion Finally Hits The Market


Published 03/13/2013

We've been following the condo conversion of 105 rental units at The Printing House in the West Village... Read More




The Wall Street Journal: Condo Project Makes Splash After 25 Years


Published 03/12/2013

At Printing House, the lobby was redesigned to evoke the building's past in the printing industry. The original 1911 vaulted tile ceiling… Read More