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Renderings of Hudson Garden via Kuafu Properties and XINYUAN USA Renderings of Hudson Garden via Kuafu Properties and XINYUAN USA
Last winter, the block-long Hell's Kitchen condo development under construction at 500 West 45th Street topped out its modest seven-floor concrete frame. Now the project, rebranded as Bloom on Forty Fifth (formerly Hudson Garden) is getting a crisp white facade punctuated by large windows. Under the helm of Xin Development Group International with development manager Kuafu Properties, the development is to provide intelligently-designed residences paired with a thoughtfully curated collection of amenities. According to the marketing campaign, the project seeks to create "the ideal atmosphere for people with active social and professional lives."
615-Tenth-Avenue-2 Hudson Garden circa late September 2019 via CityRealty
Designed by Marvel Architects, residents of the 92 units can look forward to amazing natural light, clean interiors, and modern kitchens. Homes will come in studio to three-bedroom configurations. Many will have private terraces, and all residents will enjoy the building’s landscaped, 8,000-square-foot courtyard and easy access to Hudson River Park, the Theater District and the countless dining/drinking options in the area.

Additional amenities are to include a fitness center, lounge, bike room, and storage. Moreover, a flexible format Target will take 29,000 square feet of retail space in the base of the building.
Bloom on 45th (Renderigns courtesy of XINYUAN USA)
An accepted offering plan for Bloom on Forty Fifth lists a sellout price of $165.33 million, and Xin Development had once hoped to attract middle-class buyers with listings priced around $2,000 per square foot. A look at the neighborhood shows how feasible that goal may be: Just up the block, closings at Inkwell averaged $1,582 per square foot. In the opposite direction, listings at Charlie West range from $8366K for a studio to $4.59 million for a three-bedroom penthouse.

As nearby rentals Gotham West, Oskar, The Helux, and 535W43 indicate, this Midtown stretch is highly attractive for its proximity to Times Square, Lincoln Center, and the far west side. The newly-opened Hudson Yards is also nearby to make the building an attractive option for new workers to the area.
Bloom on Forty Fifth Construction progress at Bloom on Forty Fifth
561-Tenth-Avenue-5 Bloom on Forty Fifth earlier this spring
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