Real talk: Hudson city real estate is not cheap, particularly properties located along Hudson’s main center of commerce, Warren Street. The street runs northwest through the Columbia County city and ends at Promenade Hill Park on the shores of the Hudson River. The Amtrak station is located two blocks from the park, making it easy to walk to town from there if you decide not to drive (side note: you will have to go uphill, though, so plan accordingly). Businesses, eateries, bars, and retail shops run the six-block length of Warren Street, and this 2275 square foot storefront/apartment building sits on the southeastern end of it at near the Public Square. Previously, it was occupied by Bonfiglio & Bread.
Includes the storefront and commercial space you see from the street, as well as a second floor one-bedroom apartment with bay window and hardwood floors. If you’re willing to spend more than a million, you can get 746 Warren Street along with it. Check out the listing link below for more information.
748 Warren Street, Hudson (Houlihan Lawrence)