So let’s say you’ve been apprised of the fact that Hudson, NY—industrial town turned artisans’ mecca burgeoning with antique shops, bespoke cocktails, and art galleries—is an incredibly chic place to live with its own oh-so-convenient stop on the Amtrak line to New York City. Let’s say, also, that you’re attracted to Hudson’s converted-buildings scene but not exactly looking to move into a fixer-upper that will require months of heavy lifting before you can host your first get-together.
Let’s say you’re into spas.
This autumn, what used to be Greenport Elementary School is reopening as The Falls, a new luxury living facility just a two-minute drive north of Hudson’s downtown shopping district. Offering one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, each with its own balcony and fireplace, the 22-acre property will also feature outdoor walking and hiking trails, outdoor swimming pools, a fitness center, a spa and a playground. Prospective residents with a love for reclaimed architecture and a fear of handiwork will appreciate community’s common areas, housed in what used to be the school’s main brick building. The apartments themselves are made from energy-efficient, low-maintenance materials designed to accommodate the active Hudson Valley lifestyle.
It will be several months before the building is complete, but now is the time to submit rental applications. Interested parties should send all inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org and, in the meantime, scope out downtown Hudson for the best lunch spots.
Check out The Falls website to learn more!