listing appeared for a short-term rental apartment on lower Union Street. The rent for the three-bedroom flat was given as $3,000 a month. The apartment is described in this way:
Adorable sunny short term rental apartment on Union, the chicest street in Hudson. One block from the train station and the Hudson river. Three bedrooms, a huge eat in country kitchen with a gas fire burning stove makes these cold winter days cozy and warm. The Master bedroom has a club chair nook as well as a lounge with a backyard view. Each bedroom has a desk/sitting area. Living room has a record player and comfy sectional sofa. Charming with original wood floors throughout. Kitchen door leads to the outdoor deck and gives direct access to the backyard. Immediately available.The apartment is also being offered on AirBnB for $200 a night, with a two-night minimum.
What's interesting is that the apartment is located in a house owned by former First Ward alder Rebecca Wolff, the great critic of gentrification and tourism, an advocate for affordable housing, and the architect of the law restricting short-term rentals in Hudson.
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