330 Hudson 127
New York, New York, USA
The restoration and expansion of 330
entry canopy recalls the neighborhood’s
precast window panels bring natural light
Hudson Street transforms the 1910
deep into the tower’s large ﬂoor plates. The
warehouse building into a dynamic ofﬁce and
courtyard opens onto Old Jan’s Alley, the
retail destination with eight new ﬂoors of
The insertion of a transitional brick envelope
historic site of John Seales’ 1638 farm,
contemporary Class A headquarters
merges the base building with the modern
one of the original plantations of the New
glass-and-aluminum curtain wall of the
tower's eight-ﬂoor addition. Inside, 14-foot Located in the Hudson Square area of
ceilings and ﬂoor-to-ceiling windows
Custom lighting punctuates an adjacent
Manhattan, the 16-story building borders the
offer panoramic views of the river and city in
through-block passage wall to form a neutral
western edge of SoHo and is inﬂ uenced by
backdrop. Buff pavers line the walkway, and
the neighborhood’s turn-of-the-century industrial warehouses.
decorative gates at each end of the passage The team designed the new limestone lobby
integrate details reminiscent of the original
as a modern passageway and gallery space.
building’s storefront grilles.
A complete restoration of the original
LED media panels installed throughout the
eight-story building includes the two-story
lobby stream high-impact digital imagery and
The building design has achieved LEED Gold
limestone colonnade, brick facade with
graphics, providing a constantly changing
Core & Shell pre-certiﬁcation.
punched openings, one-story limestone
arrival experience for tenants and visitors.
cornice and portions of the original Beaux-Arts
◄ west facade
storefronts. All decorative column capitals are
The U-shaped building wraps around a square
restored or replicated. The heritage bronze
courtyard developed as a private outdoor
metalwork featured on storefronts and the
amenity space for tenants. Courtyard-facing
2015 design annual
466,000 sq. ft. / 43,290 sq. m.