About The Hudson Market

The Hudson Market is 7,000 square feet of soaring space that once served as an actual supermarket and is now a dynamic antique and vintage furnishings market. Located in the thriving 300 block of Warren Street, this single story building spanning a double lot, with 17 foot high ceilings is the largest commercial space available on Warren Street in Hudson today. With massive front windows, a commercial kitchen, a half bath, rear office space and a parking area directly across the street, this is truly a unique property in Hudson. The building has been carefully upgraded and maintained by the present owner for the last 17 years. The possibilities are truly endless.


Hudson Market is proud to support The Meatlocker Gallery in scenic Hudson, New York.  Presented in and near an old meat locker, and surrounded by Hudson SuperMarket’s array of mid-century modern furnishings, presented works react and respond to this ever-shifting environment, which provides a fresh context and platform from which to observe and interpret art objects from all manner of media.


Working alongside Leo Kuelbs Collection, The Meatlocker Gallery has supported artists from New York, Texas, Ukraine, Germany, Hungary and several other countries. Sculpture, Painting, Video Art and Sound Installation have all been a part of The MEATLOCKER’s open-minded programming. This openness to the international makes The MEATLOCKER Gallery a rare and special resource, a site steeped in high quality international authenticity.