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Public Art Display Comes to 375 Hudson

Hudson Square Properties, a joint venture of Trinity Church Wall Street and Norges Bank Investment Management with Hines as operating partner, has unveiled a 2,100-square-foot public art display on the mezzanine façade of the office tower located at 375 Hudson St. in Manhattan’s Hudson Square neighborhood.

Designed by Brooklyn-based artists GERALUZ and Werc, the mural will wrap around the building covering 340 linear feet fronting Hudson Street on the east façade, Houston street on the north façade and King Street on the south façade.
“Public art is one way we can contribute to the renewal of our neighborhood here in Hudson Square,” said Tommy Craig, senior managing director of Hines. “This very thoughtful intervention by GERALUZ and Werc underscores the vast possibilities the artistic community in New York offers to transform our city in new and positive ways.”

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