One of the largest commercial properties in Hudson, offering the possibility of directing the repurpose or redevelopment of a key upper Warren Street property.The property comprises nearly an acre (0.96) of land and the structure is 10,080 square feet on the ground floor with an additional 10,080 in the mostly finished basement. Originally built as a supermarket, the concrete and steel structure can be repurposed for most any use. and with 200 feet of street footage on Warren St,, everyone will know where to find you or your tenants.Perhaps it is time to re-think how this property may be utilized. It sits in the Central Commercial Zoning District which allows for buildings of four stories or 45 feet tall as-of-right, and the CC district also has more relaxed requirements pertaining to set-backs and bulk restrictions than most of the other districts in the city. Hudson's Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals have shown an openness to permitting greater density and more creative uses of its limited space and structures. Currently the property has parking surrounding it on two sides and at the rear of the building. Eliminating all or some of the of the current surface parking could free up all of the space surrounding the current structure for smart new development which might include new retail and commercial spaces. Perhaps surface parking could be moved at least partially underground into the massive basement and under the current parking areas. Above the commercial development housing could be built for residents of many income brackets with State and Federal funds available for the creation of new mixed-use and mixed-income housing which could be an example of new, smart, green development.