After establishing a master plan for Hudson Square and realizing a trio of new parks, MNLA delivers a leafy streetscape for this developing Manhattan neighborhood

A decade in the making, the process of transforming Hudson Square into a neighborhood has wrapped up its final master-plan stage. As with many neighborhoods, and especially those that are being redefined on a larger scale, definitions of Hudson Square’s boundaries differ depending on whom you ask. Historically, this area was known as the Printing District in the early and mid-20th century. By the 1970s and 1980s, the companies had left, but the shells of their buildings, characterized by both large footprints and floor plates, remained. Hudson Square was upzoned in 2013, signifying a major turning point in the area’s future. Commercial and high-end residential space has

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