- Institutional Housing
- New Construction
- Transit-Oriented Development
Workforce Housing in a New Neighborhood
475 Main Street was the first building completed by Hudson and Related in the Riverwalk neighborhood. 475 Main Street was developed for Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center to be used as staff residences. The building contains a fitness center, garden, lounge, daycare center, and a 24-hour attended lobby.
In 1997, the Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation (RIOC) designated Hudson and the Related Companies to create a new neighborhood that would fulfill the island’s General Development Plan designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee. Today the development provides high-quality housing, open space, and neighborhood-serving retail that is a short subway and tram ride away from Manhattan’s Upper East Side and one-ferry ride from Astoria and Long Island City.
Upon completion, the Riverwalk neighborhood will consist of approximately 2,000 residential units across 9 buildings with 40% of the total units affordable to residents earning less than 148% of AMI.
PROJECT TEAM: 475 MAIN STREET: GRUZEN SAMTON ARCHITECTS WITH SLCE ARCHITECTS, MONADNOCK CONSTRUCTION, KEY BANK