As you enter 421 Hudson Street apartment 822, you will be struck by the perfect blend of pre-war elegance and contemporary style. It was once the model home for the redevelopment of the Printing House and it has retained its impeccable character and beauty. This large penthouse level duplex greets you with sunshine and space as you enter the open living area that has western exposures and views of the Hudson River and West Village rooftops. The Chefs Kitchen features top of the line appliances - Bosch range with Wolf oven, Subzero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, and Wolf gourmet microwave. The Caesarstone countertops beautifully compliment the glazed white terra cotta tile backsplash and white matte lacquer custom cabinetry giving you everything you need when entertaining. The first floor is complete with a full-size guest bathroom that features a soaking tub with heated floors. The modern internal staircase gives this duplex a true home feel with elegance and style while separating the entertaining space from the bedroom suite. The master bedroom suite spans the entire second level and features its own distinct entrance. There is a separate space for a home office or dressing area. There is also an enclosed laundry closet with a Bosch stackable washer/dryer that is adjacent to a walk-in closet which makes doing laundry effortless. The master bathroom features heated floors and limestone surfaces with double sinks and polished chrome Dornbracht fixtures. The serenity of the light and river views are one of the simple pleasures you will enjoy as you lie in bed looking out of your master bedroom windows. All this in one of the preeminent buildings in the West Village make it more than just another apartment - it makes it a fabulous home. 421 Hudson Street, aka The Printing House, is a pre-war condominium overlooking the playing fields of James J. Walker Park to the east and its own stylishly-planted mews to the west. The building features 24-hour doorman concierge, access to Equinox through the building, private storage, a central laundry room, and video security.