Hudson Square Welcomes You Back
There’s a lot to discover – or rediscover – in Hudson Square.
Returning to the office, reimagining your old routines, and reconnecting with colleagues—spending time in Hudson Square is a great experience thanks to improvements to streets and sidewalks, more public art, and lots of outdoor dining options. Plus there’s an improved cycling network, so getting here is easier and safer.
Cycling to Work
With numerous bike paths and more options for bike parking, biking to Hudson Square has never been easier.
Increased Citi Bike Footprint
New docks added on Spring + Hudson Streets and King + Varick Streets, while the existing dock on Greenwich + Houston increased capacity with additional parking docks.
More Bike Parking
Using your own bike has become easier. With the addition of 44 new bike racks throughout the neighborhood there are now more than 110 locations throughout Hudson Square.
Hudson Square Bike Infrastructure
Here are all the new places that have opened in our neighborhood since the pandemic.
Rediscover The Places You Love
Absence really does makes the heart grow fonder.
Here are some local favorite dining, drinking, and retail options to rediscover, or try for the first time.
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|Dunkin Donuts (Varick Street)||1|
|Fats Duvall’s Rhum Bar||1|
|Hale and Hearty||1|
|Hudson Square Food Court|
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|Jerrell’s BTR BRGR||1||1|
|Kana Tapas Bar & Restaurant||1||1|
|San Marino Ristorante||1||1||1|
|Seven Grams Caffe||1||1|
|Spring Street Deli||1|
|Starbucks (Hudson St)||1|
|Taco Bell Cantina||1||1|
|Torch & Crown||1||1||1||1|
|Azul on the Rooftop||1||1||1||1||Bar Hugo Rooftop||1||1|
|Fats Duvall’s Rhum Bar||1||1|
|Kana Tapas Bar & Restaurant||1|
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|Torch & Crown||1||1||1|
|Retail and Services||Reservations||Tickets|
|Hudson Square Pharmacy|
|Nail Spa on Downing||1|
|New York City Fire Museum||1||1|
|Newsstand Houston + Varick|
|Renewing Wellness Spa||1|
|Shoe and Jewelry Repair|
Spring Street Park and Freeman Plaza West are open with modifications to accommodate social distancing. Freeman Plaza East is temporarily closed for renovations, it will be open again starting in the late fall.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays Little Sixth Avenue becomes a pop-up space with music, games, and art.
Many restaurants offer outdoor dining. Several are part of the Hudson Square program, and feature colorful graphics on the ground, planters, furniture and umbrellas provided by the BID.
Public Improvements and Public Art
Beautifying Our Neighborhood
Hudson Square Canvas
Splashes of color and art throughout the neighborhood to the already creative identity.
Safer Pedestrian Experience
Splitter Island on Clarkson
New pedestrian island provides a safer crossing at Varick + Clarkson Streets.
Healthier for People & the Planet
50 trees make our neighborhood more environmentally friendly and green.
Hudson Street Renovation
With increased pedestrian space, a protected bike lane, new seating and greening, Hudson Street is well on its way to becoming the grand boulevard Hudson Square deserves.
Adding art to unexpected spaces
Art on the Gantry
We will be installing art by Shawna X on the back of the Holland Tunnel directional signage on Varick Street
An interactive installation on King Street providing spaces to think, connect, and unwind.