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The Hudson Square Properties joint venture has topped out construction at 555 Greenwich, which will be combined with 345 Hudson to form a full-block office building

Hudson Square Properties JV Tops Out on 555 Greenwich 

Hudson Square Properties, a joint venture of Trinity Church Wall Street, Norges Bank Investment Management and Hines, topped out 555 Greenwich, a 270,000-square-foot, 16-story office tower which will combine with 345 Hudson to create 87,000-square-foot floor plates in a unique horizontal overbuild. The topping out marks a significant milestone toward the complex’s completion in 2023, at which point 555 Greenwich + 345 Hudson will align to form a single full-block building.  

“With design and amenities that place tenant experience and wellness at the forefront, 555 Greenwich is an integral advancement in the continued development of the thriving Hudson Square neighborhood,” said Tommy Craig, senior managing director of Hines.  

He continued, “This campus serves as a powerful blueprint for the workplace of the future, with unparalleled flexibility, outdoor space and collaborative areas, as well as an innovative combination of sustainability features unmatched by any other offerings on the market.” 


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