Recognizing and Enhancing the Value of Neighborhoods

Hudson’s meticulous  attention to detail along with its foresight to develop in neighborhoods overlooked by others is evident in its track record of developing high quality market-rate housing ranging from condos to coop to rental, townhouse to mid-rise to high-rise.

Whether the Meatpacking District in 1997, West Chelsea in 2000, Gowanus in 2006, or Prospect Lefferts Gardens in 2010, Hudson has long been recognizing the inherent value of neighborhoods and developing well-designed buildings that are appropriately  priced for their locations.

By closely managing the design and construction process, Hudson consistently produces high quality housing that has proven attractive to buyers and renters. Considerable effort is expended early in the design process in evaluating unit layouts and sizes, views from each unit, the selection of finishes and the mix of amenities. The commitment to quality extends well through construction and into the operations of the project. Each project is considered within the context of its block and neighborhood, aiming to participate contextually with, if not elevate, the best of its surroundings.