111 Varick Street Completes Construction in Hudson Square, Manhattan

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

Construction is now complete on 111 Varick Street, a 30-story residential tower in Hudson Square. Designed by S9 Architecture and developed by Extended, the property contains 100 rental units in a mix of studio, one-, and two-bedroom layouts. Pricing begins at $4,000 per month for studio apartments. Compass Development Marketing Group is the exclusive leasing and marketing agent for the property with leasing already having launched at the end of 2020. The building stands at the corner of Varick Street and Broome Street.

The charcoal-colored geometric concrete façade panels make a dramatic statement and contrast with the neighboring building’s glass and light-colored curtain wall.

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

The second and third levels have a series of vertically extruded metal panels that bend inward and outward and are arranged in a repetitive, wicker-like pattern.

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

The massing features multiple setbacks lined with glass railings, and the structure culminates in an extended mechanical section enclosed with an even darker façade metal grilles.

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

The backside of 111 Varick Street that faces north features two columns of floor-to-ceiling glass flanking a blank core that houses the egress and elevator shafts, providing residents with views of the Midtown skyline.

111 Varick Street. Photo by Michael Young

Chris Shao Studio designed 111 Varick Street’s interiors and residential amenities, which include a landscaped outdoor rooftop terrace with barbecues, seating, and an open-air movie theater, an automated parking system, electric car charging stations, a fitness center, meditation room, conference room, club lounge with pool table, media center, children’s playroom, and a 24-hour doorman. Homes come with smart-lock apartment entry systems, a Nest thermostat, Bosch washer and dryer, and motorized solar and blackout shades. A select number have been allocated toward affordable housing. Those with units facing south get abundant daylight exposure, and residents on the upper floors will have unobstructed views of the entire Lower Manhattan skyline.

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6 Comments on "111 Varick Street Completes Construction in Hudson Square, Manhattan"

  1. I love almost everything about it! The setbacks, the glass, and even the base. Sadly, it does sort of fall apart on the backside of it. At least the concrete was painted. But other than that, this building is great.

  2. Location a topic to review ????!
    Varik Broome Watts. Why ?
    Big bucks should be properly directed to other areas
    LMAO. Many years stuck in tunnel grid lock

  3. Gorgeous!

  4. Great looking building, but living there with the traffic will be a nightmare.
    Getting UBER’s and FreshDirect …. good luck

  5. Jack Arkitekt | March 21, 2021 at 4:12 pm | Reply

    27 stories, not 30.

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