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100 Vandam Street renderings via COOKFOX; apartment images via Douglas Elliman 100 Vandam Street renderings via COOKFOX; apartment images via Douglas Elliman
As Hudson Square moves closer to becoming a high-end live-work-play community, some manufacturing buildings of yesteryear have been razed to make way for a spiffy set of modern constructs. The latest such example is 100 Vandam Street: After entrepreneur Jeff Greene acquired the gorgeous albeit un-landmarked six-story Romanesque Revival-style commercial building dating back to 1888, he filed permits not to demolish it, but to save its load-bearing exterior walls and dramatically expand the building from the inside up.

The Hudson Square district, sometimes marketed as West SoHo (by real estate types like us), was known for its printing and advertising industries who coveted the inexpensive space in formidable daylight factory buildings graced by large windows and expansive floor plates. Being adjacent to the once creative hotspots of SoHo and the Village was a boon as well. The decline of print media coupled with a 2013 city upzoning, allowing property owners to redevelop their lots with substantially larger buildings, set in motion its current trajectory towards more profitable and higher-end uses. However, since we don't build them like we used to, for better and for worse, a handful of building owners have pursued the pricey endeavor of adaptive reuse or, even more rare, integrating a building they deem historically valuable into the new development.
100 Vandam construction At the start of construction in 2017
August 2020)
The green-minded architects of COOKFOX were commissioned to restore the historic facade and erect a contemporary 25-story tower adjacent to the site and above. Now after over four years of meticulous construction, sales have begun on its 72 upscale condominiums — a hybrid mix of modern apartments with sweeps of floor-to-ceiling windows above, and expansive lofts with beamed ceilings and oversized picture windows below.
Current availabilities start at $1.985 million for one-bedrooms, $4.19 million for two-bedrooms, $7.275 million for three-bedrooms, and $6.95 million for four-bedrooms. This is along the steeper side for this stretch of Hudson Square - a short distance away, availabilities at 77 Charlton Street range from $1.595 million for a one-bedroom to $4.125 million for a three-bedroom. The nearby Greenwich West offers one-bedrooms from $1.815 million, two-bedrooms from $2.495 million, and three-bedrooms from $3.995 million. However, the outdoor space and luxurious interiors may be factors here.
Most units have entry foyers
Typical powder room
Hudson Square condos Model living room of the tower portion of 100 Vandam
Open-concept kitchens
Hudson Square apartments
Private terraces NYC All tower residences have large spacious balconies
Soho condos

3- and 4-beds in the A line start at $6,950,000
2-beds in the D line start $4,190,000
One-beds with terraces currently start at $1,985,000

100 Vandam Street profile
The 72 units in the building comprise 21 in the base and 51 in the new tower. The base-level units feature prewar details like beamed ceilings and authentic loft windows, and the tower units are filled with light from floor-to-ceiling windows. Appropriately enough for a building practically on the doorstep of the new Google headquarters, all units come smart home-ready.

Both base and tower-level apartments feature:

  • Poliform kitchens with abundant storage, signature millwork, bleu de savoie stone island and countertops, and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances
  • Bedrooms with generous closet space
  • Spa-like baths with heated floors
  • Multi-zone heating and air conditioning
  • In-unit washer/dryers

100 Vandam Street amenities

100 Vandam Street is pet-friendly and offers such amenities as:

  • 24-hour concierge service
  • Live-in resident manager
  • Second-floor fitness center with yoga and training studios
  • Theater-quality screening room
  • Children's playroom
  • Two residents' lounges
  • Cold storage
  • Bike storage
  • Personal storage

100 Vandam In collaboration with COOKFOX, Terrain designed ten roof terraces and 80 custom loggia gardens.
COOKFOX is known for its biophilic design principles, and 100 Vandam Street is no exception. The sales team, led by Douglas Elliman, smartly markets the residences as "wildly cultivated." The fine edges of the tower extend as solar shades, and loggia gardens extend out from the facade, offering at least one private garden in every home. The design done in collaboration with Terrain was conceived to account for solar orientation, predicted winds, and the measurement of natural phenomena. Like The Spiral in Hudson Yards, the plantings will be visible from afar and enjoyed by building occupants.
In case the loggia gardens don't provide enough greenery, 100 Vandam Street is located a stone’s throw from the sports courts and dog runs of Hudson River Park. Local favorites include the landmarked Ear Inn, Westville Hudson, Local & Vine, and Houseman. Transportation options include the Houston Street 1 and the Spring Street C/E trains.
100-Vandam-Street Rendering of 100 Vandam Street via COOKFOX; Google's new outpost at 550 Washington Street is seen on the far left.

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