At its heart 330 Hudson harkens to an earlier era – a time of thriving industry and manufacturing, when classic structures sported high ceilings, brick walls and concrete floors. Today, this now 16-story, 466,000-square-foot building is... READ MORE
FINAL GLASS WRAPPED TOWER FLOOR
OF 17,000 RSF
15,000 SF of Retail Space Available
At its heart 330 Hudson harkens to an earlier era – a time of thriving industry and manufacturing, when classic structures sported high ceilings, brick walls and concrete floors.
Today, this now 16-story, 466,000-square-foot building is re-imagined – fusing a classic eight-story 1910 base of stone and brick and operable, punched windows with eight stories of striking floor-to-ceiling glass. A homage to the architectural vocabulary and palette of the warehouse and cast-iron aesthetic of Hudson Square and SoHo, it simultaneously embodies a Class A office environment – featuring the completely new state-of-the-art infrastructure – required by contemporary tenants.
The newly constructed tower floors gracefully transition skyward from the original masonry base into a modern glass and aluminum curtainwall building. Utilizing a double column design to accentuate a vertical articulation from the 9th through 16th floors, increasing amounts of medium gray curtainwall alternate with pre-cast panels of floor-to-ceiling glass. The brilliance of the exterior rhythm of featured mullions showcases 10' glass panels and encloses 14' ceilings in the new tower floors. The Low-E coating of the insulated glass panels not only improves thermal performance, it is one of the myriad reasons for the building's LEED Gold Core & Shell pre-certification.
The Hudson Street entry is at once new and classic.
Newly cleaned limestone pilasters alternate with expansive metal and glass openings above a metal grill plinth. Portions of the original storefronts, including decorative column capitals, have been restored and others replicated to create a traditional base befitting both retail and office uses. The Heritage Bronze metal work featured on the storefronts and the entry canopy recall the historic context of the neighborhood.
The lobby is designed as a gallery space anchored and enlivened by a visual cornucopia streaming through integrated LED wall panels.
These distinctive panels complement central ceiling lighting to create a primary graphic ambiance. In contrast, the neutral Crema Bella limestone piers link a backdrop of gallery white walls and a central floating ceiling. Warm gray Graphite marble floors contrast with the light neutrals of the space. The reception desk, capped by the same warm gray Graphite, is constructed of gray metal Duracon panels referencing the industrial nature of Hudson Square and the building's earlier warehouse use. The lobby materials flow into the elevators effectively extending the public space.
The installation of high- and low-resolution LED media walls creates an exciting entry for visitors and tenants alike. A pioneering example of localized digital media integration with an office environment, the LED wall panels will vividly display dynamic content – details on the building's environmental sustainability, live forecasts and dramatic images of real-time weather in New York and around the globe, exhibitions sprung from the imaginations of digital artists and creations from local design students are among the planned displays.
The east side courtyard with multiple seating areas and an adjacent through-block passage creates a new amenity while celebrating the building's historic roots.
The passage wall is constructed from brick identical to that used in the new exterior and is punctuated by custom lighting to form a neutral backdrop. Buff pavers articulated with slate gray concrete accents line the walkway. Decorative gates at either end of the passage use a metal bar and detail reminiscent of the storefront grilles of the original building. An additional tenant amenity is interior bicycle storage on Vandam Street with direct access to the building.
The urban fabric of Hudson Square is evidenced on the 38,000-square-foot base floors where the building exposes its essence of brick, concrete and large punched windows.
Newly-constructed concrete floors polish the spaces while new courtyard-facing pre-cast window panels bring natural light deep into these large floors.
Glass-wrapped tower floors of 17,500 rentable square feet boast 14' ceilings with panoramic river and City views in all directions through floor-to-ceiling windows. Open and office intensive workplaces are equally, easily and efficiently accommodated.
|OWNER||330 Hudson Street LLC, an affiliate of Beacon Capital Partners, LLC|
|MANAGEMENT||BCSP VI Property Management LLC, an affiliate of Beacon Capital Partners, LLC CBRE, Inc., sub-agent|
|BUILDING FEATURES||Classic 1910 base of stone and brick with operable punched windows topped by a new 8 story plus mechanical penthouse of pre-cast panels and glass curtain wall.|
Porcelain tile floors
Porcelain wall tile with glass mosaic accent
|BUILDING SIZE||465,630 RSF|
437,268 RSF Office
|HEIGHT||16 floors + mechanical penthouse|
|ARCHITECT||Brennan Beer Gorman Architects|
|LOBBY & ENTRY||New steel, aluminum and glass entry|
Honed marble slab floors
Honed limestone walls
9 LED lobby displays and LED lighting
|FLOOR DETAILS||Base: 37,998-38,740 RSF|
Tower: 16,870-17,480 RSF
Floor load capacity: 50 - 100 lbs/sf
|FLOOR HEIGHTS (slab-to-slab)|| Ground: 17'-0"|
2nd: 13' - 0"
3rd-4th: 12'- 0'
5th-7th: 11' - 6'
8th: 17' - 6"
9th - 16th: 14' - 0"
|HVAC||1,500 ton marley cooling tower|
Con Ed steam to plate/frame heat exchanger
Honeywell building management system
|Base||Two mammoth 51 Ton DX units per floor|
Perimeter fin tube radiation
|Tower||One mammoth 51, 56 or 68 ton DX unit per floor|
|ELECTRICITY||8200 Amps of 265/460 volt service|
Multiple buss duct risers
8 watts per USF office space
|ELEVATORS||ThyssenKrupp destination dispatch|
6 passenger elevators - 5 serving L-16,
1 serving B-16; 700 fpm; 3,500 lbs capacity
1 freight elevator serving B-17; 500 fpm;
4,500 lbs capacity
|EMERGENCY POWER||795 KW emergency generator for life safety|
Roof pad and fuel risers for tenant generator
|LIFE SAFETY||Fully sprinklered |
Simplex grinnell fully addressable fire alarm system
|SECURITY||24/7 building security|
Orion lobby turnstiles with HID 1 class readers
C-Cure card access control at turnstiles, entry doors, elevators
24 digital monitoring/recording IP-Poe based system (Bosh Video Management System)
|TEL/DATA||Dual, remote POEs Verizon|
|AMENITIES||Bicycle storage with direct access on Vandam Street|
Landscaped, furnished courtyard
|LOADING DOCK||Two bay loading dock on Vandam Street- 18 feet deep berth|