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At the beginning of December 2021, Google announced that it would not require employees to return to their office on January 10, 2022 as originally planned; more recently, leadership set deadlines for complying with the company’s vaccine mandate. This applies to its offices all over the world, including the future Hudson Square campus, but that is not deterring people from moving to this part of New York. The Renzo Piano-designed 565 Broome Soho has a small handful of availabilities from $4.4 million. One block up at 570 Broome Street, there is only one available listing for $3.525 million. And on the corner of Canal and Hudson Streets, sales have launched at The Riverview.

Current availabilities at The Riverview start at $2.895 million for two-bedrooms and $3.5 million for three-bedrooms. A penthouse with three bedrooms, three and a half baths, a windowed home office, and a 475-square-foot private terrace is also on the market for $5.995 million.
The Riverview has been in the works since 2015, when developer Joel Braver purchased the lot at 219 Hudson Street for $13.2 million from European football stars Zinedine Zidani, Christian Vieri, Paolo Maldini, and Andriy Shevchenko. They had purchased the lot for only $2.5 million with plans for a 56-key hotel on the site, but Mr. Braver changed plans to residential. The building is designed by Rawlings Architects, whose portfolio includes Noho sensation 40 Bleecker Street.
219-Hudson-Street-01 All images of Riverview, a new Hudson Square condo, via Douglas Elliman
219 Hudson Street Hudson Square
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219 Hudson Street Riverview condos
The Riverview has no more than two units per floor, and eight of its 14 apartments open up to private outdoor terraces. Interiors feature high ceilings, hardwood floors, and in-unit washer/dryers. Kitchens come outfitted with custom cabinetry, honed marble countertops and backsplashes, and built-in Miele appliances. Primary baths have custom vanities in a walnut finish and honed marble countertops, walls, and floor tiles. Amenities include virtual doorman, gym, lounge, bike room, and storage for purchase.
While Hudson Square initially attracted attention for the future Google and Disney headquarters, the area has been making itself more livable and welcoming for people beyond workers. More restaurants have been moving in, and there is a Trader Joe's outpost at 233 Spring Street, less than two blocks from Riverview. Locals were distressed to see City Winery among the sites used for Disney’s headquarters, but a new outpost, City Vineyard, opened at Pier 26. Freeman Plaza West has been renovated into a green oasis amidst the Holland Tunnel and Canal Street traffic; to the west, Hudson River Park's Pier 40 redevelopment were scuttled in early 2020, but locals nevertheless have access to the park's green space, athletic fields, and dog runs. Moreover, a new office tower at 2 Hudson Square will also house a new public school with a fifth-floor outdoor playground in the podium of the building.
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