This week, the Greenwich West condominium tower officially broke ground in Hudson Square, Manhattan, at 110 Charlton Street. The first renderings have also been revealed, showing an exterior mix of classical masonry tinged with industrial-inspired ornamentation, typical for the SoHo-adjacent neighborhood.
The building is designed in partnership by French architects Loci Anima and Sebastien Segers with architects of record Adamson Associates. Curbed was the first to report on the renderings this week.
Arrival rendering of Greenwich West at 110 Charlton Street (Courtesy Familiar Control)
Aerial rendering of Greenwich West at 110 Charlton Street (Courtesy Familiar Control)
The development will replace an assemblage of warehouses purchased in 2016 for $78 million . The new 30-story tower is expected to yield 170 apartments spread across 225,802 square feet, with an additional 2,800-square-foot retail space on the ground floor. Plans also detail a parking garage located on the building’s first through fourth floors with accommodations for 34 vehicles.
Residential amenities have not yet been confirmed by the project team which now includes developers Strategic Capital, Cape Advisors and Forum Absolute.
Base-line properties will be offered starting just under $1 million, with sales led by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. Painter Aaron Zulpo has been tapped to produce illustrations for the building’s marketing campaign.
The first illustration by Aaron Zulpo for Greenwich West / Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group