Tapestry on The Hudson
Troy, New York
Architect/Designer | Dave Sadowski
This brick and heavy-timber historic building provides tenants with a high-quality living experience in a former shirt collar factory that has been adapted into 67 mixed-income housing units. The restrictive urban lot held limited options for parking, green space and recreation. There was also a need to reinforce the 100-year-old sea wall. The development team constructed an elevated concrete deck over the parking area to provide accessible recreation spaces, raised plant beds, and river views while maximizing parking below. Building amenities include a management and resident support offices, community center, community garden, exercise room, onsite laundry facilities, and secured bicycle storage. Apartment amenities include 10- to 12-foot ceilings, large insulated windows, refinished original wood floors, and exposed original wood columns.