573 Hudson Street
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- Located: Hudson Street between West 11th Street and Bank Street
- Built: N/A
- Renovations: N/A
- Total Building Size: 5,000 SF
- Floors: N/A
573 Hudson Street in downtown Manhattan's West Village neighborhood is a pre-war building known as Liberty. Originally constructed as a Loft/warehouse building by Charles A. Cowen in 1911, the building was converted to an Elevator Co-op building on floors 2-5 in 1978. The ground floor is now leased by the retail tenant Teich Toys & Books. Situated at 573 Hudson Street, between West 11th Street and Bank Street, the building contains 15 units and rises 5 stories high. There are many great food and beverage spots nearby in the vibrant West Village including the White Horse Tavern, Barbuto, and the lovely Italian restaurant L'Artusi. The PATH train along with the 1,2, and L subway lines are within a 10 minute walk from the property.