Construction has started on the West side of Hudson Street between King and Charlton and between Charlton and Vandam.
*Final touches will be completed in fall 2021.
Winter of 2020 we began our first phase of construction on the west side of Hudson Street from King-Charlton Streets. After a brief delay due to the pandemic, work resumed and in December of 2020 these blocks were opened to the public, with the first phase of construction being fully opened to the public by July 2021. A few of the final touches including seasonal plantings will be completed in the fall of 2021.
The Hudson Street project is a partnership between the Hudson Square BID and the City, whose goal is to transform the stretch of Hudson Street from Canal to West Houston streets into a grand boulevard. The redesign will strengthen neighborhood connectivity, enhance traffic safety, and accentuate Hudson Street as a place to shop, socialize and relax through the installation of design elements including sidewalk extensions, a protected bicycle lane, continuous sidewalk plantings, and custom seating amenities.
Key design elements:
- Protected bike lane
- New benches
- Permeable pavers to maximize stormwater capture
- Additional planting areas filled with various trees, shrubs, and perennials
- Wider sidewalks
- New pedestrian ramps
- Additional bicycle parking
If you have questions or concerns about construction please email (HudsonStinfo@samschwartz.com) or call 929-438-0440. Follow @HudsonStInfo for construction updates, and sign up to our newsletter:
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Summer: first phase of the project – Spring Street to West Houston – opened to the public.
Winter: work began on the first two blocks of the project. After a delay from the pandemic, work resumed and the King-Charlton Streets were opened to the public in early December.
Spring: NYC Public Design Commission approved the Preliminary Design, which incorporates suggestions from the community input process that took place summer 2017.
Fall-Winter: Project team finalized the Preliminary Design for submission to the NYC Public Design Commission
Summer: HSBID held stakeholder meetings to discuss existing conditions and review proposed design concepts
Spring: HSBID reached agreement with NYC Economic Development Corporation and the NYC Department of Transportation to initiate the project using an innovative and streamlined Design-Build process
HSBID obtained financing and preliminary approvals required to green light our redesign of Hudson Street