Apartments Now Available at The Falls in Hudson

The_Falls_HudsonIt’s been interesting to watch the progress of The Falls, the new luxury apartment complex in Hudson. The sprawling complex has been under construction for a while now on the site of the former Greenport School located at 158 Union Turnpike in Hudson. The Falls’ owner and developer, JMS Collective, demolished everything on the site, except for the original school building, which was built in the early 1900s. In an effort to retain the original building, the old gymnasium has been turned into into a 200-seat banquet hall.

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Phase 1 of construction is now complete, and the first batch of apartments are available for rent. Of the 24 apartments currently available, half have already been leased. The Falls offers one-bedroom apartments at $1,500,  two-bedroom units at $1,700, and three-bedroom apartments at $1,950 a month. The first phase has another 52 apartments in the works, which will become available over the next 30 to 90 days. Phase 2 will add an additional 40 units the the complex when completed in 2017.

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In addition to the apartments, and banquet hall, The Falls will include a fitness center, private movie theater, two outdoor swimming pools, tennis court, nature paths, a playground, and meeting halls.

For more information, including scheduling a tour at The Falls, check out jmscollective.com/the-falls by clicking here.

 

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About Jeff McKinney

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