Construction is coming to a close on 102 Charlton Street, a 21-story residential building in Hudson Square. Designed by Ismael Leyva Architects and developed by Lalezarian Properties, the 210-foot-tall structure yields 59,323 square feet and 61 units. The property is located on the south side of the block between Greenwich and Hudson Streets.
Work proceeded relatively slowly on the project, perhaps due in part to its cantilever over the adjacent low-rise building to the east. Since our last update in March, the remaining gaps in the glass curtain wall at the upper southeastern corner have been filled in, glass railings have been installed on the stacked balconies, and the sidewalk scaffolding has been disassembled.
The western façade is mostly blank and consists of gray panels with etched vertical and horizontal lines, with glass corners on the upper floors. The ground floor facing Charlton Street is practically done and features a protruding metal canopy with glass panes over the sidewalk. Some construction barriers and equipment remain on the street, but should be taken away soon.
A diagonal steel column supporting the cantilevering volume remains exposed. It is unclear whether this will eventually be covered.
102 Charlton Street will house two units per floor from the second through sixth stories. The seventh floor will accommodate three units, followed by four to five units on the eighth through the 16th floors. The remaining five levels are full-floor residences. Amenities include recreation space, a shared outdoor roof deck, and bicycle storage in the cellar.
No completion or opening date has been announced for 102 Charlton Street, though both should occur sometime in the coming weeks.