Honey, I’m home!

70 Charlton Street, the first luxury residential development located in Hudson Square, a section within West Soho, just unveiled its amenities. With interiors by Workshop/APD, the driving design element in the public spaces is a curved teak wall that stitches the two towers together in the main lobby space where residents can also experience a custom art installation by Malcolm Hill.
The 22-story development, with two wings, is also connected by an enclosed breezeway overlooking a just unveiled landscaped courtyard with green wall, birch tree arbor, staggered boxwood garden, water feature and integrated seating. Just to the side of the courtyard is an outdoor sports court with basketball net. Other new amenities include a private fitness center, 60′ indoor salt-water swimming pool, steam room residents’ lounge with catering kitchen, and a children’s playroom.

With closings underway and the building complete, the 92-unit building offers a range of one-to-four bedroom homes. With architecture designed by Beyer Blinder Belle, the building is a nod to the neighborhood, drawing on cues from its surroundings that include the robust, masonry buildings that used to be warehouses and printing factories. 70 Charlton‘s brick, metal and glass façade compliments its contemporary structure and anchors it to its environs. Special attention was paid to the large windows, which follow a balanced pattern down the towers. Beyer Blinder Belle is known for their work in site-sensitive and historical districts, and they brought this expertise to weave the design of 70 Charlton seamlessly into the neighborhood.

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