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HOK’s restoration and expansion of 330 Hudson Street has transformed a 1910 warehouse building into a dynamic office and retail destination with eight new floors of contemporary Class A headquarters office space
Located in the Hudson Square area of Manhattan, the 16-storey building borders the western edge of SoHo and is influenced by the neighbourhood’s turn-of-the-century industrial warehouses. A complete restoration of the original eight-storey building includes the two-storey limestone colonnade, brick façade with punched openings, one-storey limestone cornice and portions of the original Beaux-Arts storefronts. All decorative column capitals are restored or replicated. The heritage bronze metalwork featured on storefronts and the entry canopy recalls the neighbourhood’s historic context. The insertion of a transitional brick envelope merges the base building with the modern glass-and-aluminium curtain wall of the tower’s eight-floor addition. Inside, 14-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows offer panoramic views of the river and city in every direction. The

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