The first townhouse over at hyped West Village rental-to-condo conversion The Printing House has hit the market for $14,000,000. The two modern-looking homes, which a rep describes as "among the few ground-up townhouses developed in the West Village within the last decade," line a prettily landscaped (unoffficial) street that is more like a mews. Over 4,228 square feet that spans five levels, TH1 has four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a wall of sliding glass doors surrounding an open living space, an elevator, a fireplace, a roof deck with an enclosed media room and wet bar, and a full-floor master suite that includes two ginormous closet/dressing rooms and a sitting area. The houses are designed by workshop/apd, while Gunn Landscape Architecture is responsible for making the mews on which they sit all pretty and quaint. The oh-so-contemporary renders, shown here for the first time, kinda make that labor dispute seem a distant memory. Keep an eye out, because TH2, expected to ask $12,500,000, should list any minute now. Of the 60 units that were renovated in the partial conversion, 70 percent are sold; available ones range from a $2.145M 1BR to a 3BR for $6M.
· Printing House [official]
· Listing: 421 Hudson Street [StreetEasy; official]
· Out of the mews: The Printing House's first townhouse emerges, asking $14M [BBH]
· All Printing House coverage [Curbed]