Robert A.M. Stern Architects usually evoke images of über-pricey, limestone-clad condos like 15 Central Park West, 30 Park Place, or the soon-to-rise celebrity-magnet 70 Vestry. In Hudson Square however, the firm has created something more “attainable” so to speak—a new rental building catering to the area’s young techie and media crowd.
261 Hudson Street, a 12-story building located between Broome and Spring Streets on Hudson Street, is set to welcome its first group of tenants on April 15. Early this morning, leasing officially got underway at this Related-developed project. Twenty apartments have already been leased prior to the official launch, Chris Schmidt, the vice president of leasing at Related Companies told Curbed.