Closing are now underway at Greenwich West, a new condominium property at 110 Charlton Street in Hudson Square. Designed by Francoise Raynaud of Loci Anima and Adamson Associates and developed by Strategic Capital, Cape Advisors, and Forum Absolute Capital Partners, the building features 170 loft-style residences.
Interiors spaces are designed by French architect Sebastian Segers, who is best known for his work on designer retail spaces. The large windows at each level promote the flow of natural light into the residential spaces, which evoke a mix of industrial chic inspired by the surrounding neighborhood with hints of modern aesthetics. Apartment layouts range from studios to three-bedroom units with a collection of duplex penthouses.
Pricing begins at $1.1 million and goes up to $7.95 million, with Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group leading sales and marketing of the property.
“Located at the nexus of some of New York’s most prized neighborhoods and within close proximity to the waterfront and an amazing selection of shopping, dining, and entertainment options, we’re excited to welcome residents home to Greenwich West and enjoy everything the building and surrounding area has to offer,” said Strategic Capital chief development officer Philip Gesue. “A building like no other in New York with its Parisian and New York design influences, Greenwich West continues to attract buyers from all over the world with its attainable pricing and value, prime downtown location, and contextual design.”
Occupants also have access to a portfolio of amenity spaces including a landscaped roof terrace and lounge, a secondary indoor lounge with a fireplace, a fitness center with steam rooms and a yoga studio, package storage, and a children’s playroom designed in partnership with the Children’s Museum of Manhattan. For residents on the go, the building also offers bike storage and an on-site automated parking garage.