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A mixed-use building at 430 Hudson Street, located between Morton and Leroy Streets in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village neighborhood, was sold in an all cash transaction valued at $2,800,000.

The four-story mixed-use building is approximately 3,580 square feet and sits on a 22’ x 80’ lot. Built in 1842, the building is currently configured with three floor-through fair market residential units and one retail unit on the ground floor. The property is centrally located within the Greenwich Village Historic District and benefits from additional air rights. The property will be delivered vacant. The price equates to $782 per square foot.

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Neighborhoods: Greenwich Village