Around the turn of the century, Hudson was a whaling town—our neighborhood was actually once home to a cast of seafaring characters. From the mouldings and mantel to the iron hardware and doors, our studio features architectural details, original to the building’s 1915 construction.
You’ll find it just steps away from Warren Street, Hudson’s vibrant main drag lined with antique shops, art galleries, and critically acclaimed eateries.
To transform the home into a creative space THAT'S both clever and original, Zio & Sons used Hudson as an inspiration, blending elements of history, architecture and design into a cohesive concept.
HUDSON IS A SHOWCASE OF FEDERAL, VICTORIAN AND QUEEN ANNE ARCHITECTURE.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
WORLD CLASS DINNING
The Hudson Valley is one of America's great, culinary destinations and Hudson is no exception From an old diner that serves seasonal, farm-to-table cuisine, to Asian-influenced bistros and French Cafes, this town has it all. Not only does Hudson over-deliver with fresh and local produce, but the beer, wine, and spirits of the region always impress tourists and locals alike.
ANTIQUES & SHOPPING
We dare you to find this many antique and vintage shops in a smaller radius! Just pick a decade and you could fill your entire home with fabulous, one-of-a-kind pieces. From antiques to home decor, and peculiars to standard kitchenware, shopping and antiquing is exactly what Hudson is known for.
ARCHITECTURE & ART
The history of Hudson has to be seen to fully grasp. Upon your venture out to streets like Allen and Union, you'll experience the old architecture and historic homes. Then, explore the galleries on Warren street, where you'll find creative pieces from every era.
Hikes, lakes and waterfalls are never scarce here in the Hudson Valley. Why not pack a lunch and visit Bash Bish Falls or the magnificent, Olana's Historic Site, once home to painter, Frederic Edwin Church. Discover more upstate happenings from our friends at And North & Escape Brooklyn.