333 Hudson Street
- Located: Corner of Hudson Street and Charles Street
- Built: 1925
- Renovations: Lobby - 2007, facade - 2007, windows - 2007
- Total Building Size: 103,000 SF
- Floors: 10
333 Hudson Street was first used as a industrial building for the print industry when it was constructed in 1925, it is now a commercial office building. The property contains 101,290 square feet and was constructed from masonry. It features a loading dock and tremendous freight capacity. On the ground floor of the building resides the well-known Westville Hudson restaurant with the building triple net leased in its entirety to a sole tenant. This building is in the heart of the Hudson Square area and is conveniently located near the 1, C and E subway lines and the Holland Tunnel. Local amenities include the popular City Winery on Varick Street, and the historic Ear Inn which dates back two centuries.