70 Charlton was the first luxury residential development to break ground since the rezoning of Hudson Square, the previously industrial area bordered by some of New York’s most coveted neighborhoods—SoHo, Tribeca, and the West Village—and the Hudson River. And the two towers, designed by Beyer Blinder Belle and Workshop/APD, deliver. Exteriors of brick, glass, and metal recall the neighborhood’s printing-house architecture and fit neatly into the building’s brick surroundings. This is luxury, LEED-certified living in the heart of Downtown Manhattan.
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Beyer Blinder Belle is New York’s go-to team of architects when it comes to site-specific design. They are known for their restoration of Grand Central Terminal and the Empire State Building and their new-construction projects that respect the history and ambiance of their surroundings. Here, their goal was to create a modern interpretation of the neighborhood’s industrial architecture. Specifically, this part of Downtown was home to concrete-and-steel printing houses. Beyer Blinder Belle utilized masonry, metal, and glass to create the 22-story and 23-story towers with brick facades, oversized windows, and steel-framed openings. Consequently, 70 Charlton is contemporary but referential and sets a precedent for future residential developments in the newly dubbed “West SoHo.”
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This Downtown neighborhood between Houston and Canal streets –– a location that inspired its name, short for South of Houston –– is known for its artsy history and for the lofts in which many artists lived and worked. Today, SoHo’s streets, some paved with Belgian blocks, are lined with high-end shops and restaurants. The cast-iron facades of many buildings in the neighborhood are landmarked, like the Haughwout Building at the corner of Broadway and Broome Street, which has the oldest complete cast-iron facade in New York City and had the first passenger elevator in the country.
“Crafted modern” is how Andrew Kotchen of Workshop/APD describes the approach to the interior design at 70 Charlton. “This integrated and holistic approach to design aims to create spaces that are warm, comfortable, and modern,” he explains. This is seen in the residential lobbies, outfitted with teak paneling and antique mirrors and joined by a glass-enclosed corridor with an undulating wall. In the residences, which range from 1 bedroom to four bedrooms, open living spaces have oak wood flooring and large-scale windows, kitchens have appliances from Miele and Sub-Zero and patina-finished steel detailing, while bathrooms juxtapose marble and stone.
Thoughtful amenity spaces designed by Workshop/APD offer everything residents need—24-hour doorman and concierge service, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a children’s playroom, and storage galore—and then some. Of note are the indoor saltwater pool, the outdoor sports court, and a lush private courtyard that connects the two lobbies and features a living wall, birch tree arbor, and boxwood garden.
- Basketball Court
- Bike Storage
- Children's Playroom
- Cold Storage
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Space
- Steam Room
- Swimming Pool
Real Estate Broker Steve Gold takes us on a tour of 70 Charlton, showing off its elite amenities as well as a look inside the property’s warm, comfortable and modern condominiums. In the residences, which range from 1 bedroom to four bedrooms, open living spaces have oak wood flooring and large-scale windows, kitchens have appliances from Miele and Sub-Zero and patina-finished steel detailing, while bathrooms juxtapose marble and stone.
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