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Greenwich West at 110 Charlton Street: Review and Ratings

Carter Horsley
Review of 110 Charlton Street by Carter Horsley
Carter Horsley Carter B. Horsley, a former journalist for The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Post. Mr. Horsley is also the editorial director of CityRealty.com.
 

This large, 30-story apartment tower at 110 Charlton Street is  a prominent part of the Hudson Square and West SoHo skyline.  It has 170 condominium apartments. 

It was developed by Cape Advisors, Strategic Capital and Forum Absolute Capital Partners. 

According to a July 10, 2018 article at ny.curbed.com by Tanay Warerkar, the design of the building is a collaboration between two Parisian firms, architect Loci Anima Architectures and interior designer Sebastien Segers; and Adamson Associates are serving as the architect of record.  "In their design," the article continued, "the architecture team was inspired by the industrial architecture of this western section of Soho, and fused that with classical French architecture."  Loci Anima Architectures is headed by Francoise Raynaud, and its building is New York's first to be designed by French female architect.

It is also known as 537 Greenwich Street and Greenwich West. 

The building, which is near Pier 40 a bit to the north and the Holland Tunnel a bit to the south, has 2,150 square feet of commercial space.

Bottom Line

One of the tallest buildings in SoHo, this light-grey brick tower has rounded corners, elegant masonry, a roof deck, a double-height lobby with marble staircase, a garden with 18-foot-high plant walls, many setbacks and automated parking.

Description

The tower is a light grey structure defined by staggered setbacks with private landscaped terraces.  

It has a narrow wing on Charlton Street with setbacks. 

Many of the building's corners have Art Deco-inspired curves. 

Greenwich West is the debut New York project for Loci Anima, and will combine Parisian-style interiors with the brick craftsmanship of Belgium brickwork company Wienerberger. The exterior of the building will be composed of a mixture of custom glazed brick accents, like the ones surrounding each industrial-style casement window, with hand-picked pewter-glazed brick borders paying tribute to the neighborhood’s heritage. 

The building has a double-height lobby with a marble staircase that brings residents up through the space covered in travertine, leather-paneled walls, and rosewood millwork. Windows in the lobby frame the view of the courtyard gardens, designed by French botanist Patrick Blanc. Called the Viewing Garden, this will be home to multiple plant species arranged on vertical garden walls that reach as high as 18 feet up the side of the building. 

The building has a large entrance marquee. 

Amenities

The building has a full-time doorman, a fitness center, a bicycle room, a children's playroom, a residents' lounge, storage, automated parking for 34 cars on the first four floors with direct access to residential elevators, a roof deck with multiple lounges, an on-site resident manager, and a porter and handyman staff.

 

Apartments

Each of the residential units, ranging from studios to three-bedroom residences, have hand-plastered interiors and curved walls along the corners that equally reflect the exterior craftsmanship and quality of Greenwich West. 

Carrara marble-lined window sills line each large square window in every unit. The kitchen island has a “marine-edge” Carrara marble countertop, a material also used along the master bathroom walls, countertops, floors and showers. 

Apartment 15C is a two-bedroom unit with 1, 198 square feet with an entry foyer that leads to a 22-foot-long living/dining room facing Greenwich Street and the Hudson River with an open kitchen. 

Apartment 11D is a two-bedroom unit with 1,466 square feet and an entry foyer that leads to a 30-foot-long living/dining room facing Charlton Street with an open kitchen with an island. 

Apartment 10H is a two-bedroom unit with 1,192 square feet and a long entry foyer that leads to a 29-foot-long living/dining room with an open kitchen. 

Apartment 14F is a one-bedroom unit with 995 square feet and an entry foyer that leads to a 33-foot-long living/dining room with an open kitchen. 

Apartment 9E is a one-bedroom unit with 835 square feet and a long entry foyer with an open kitchen that leads to a 18-foot-long living/dining room. 

Rating

24
Out of 44

Architecture Rating: 24 / 44

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28
Out of 36

Location Rating: 28 / 36

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19
Out of 39

Features Rating: 19 / 39

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9
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80

CityRealty Rating Reference

 
Architecture
  • 30+ remarkable
  • 20-29 distinguished
  • 11-19 average
  • < 11 below average
 
Location
  • 27+ remarkable
  • 18-26 distinguished
  • 9-17 average
  • < 9 below average
 
Features
  • 22+ remarkable
  • 16-21 distinguished
  • 9-15 average
  • < 9 below average
  • #19 Rated condo - SoHo
 
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