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Toll Brothers plan dual-tower residential project for Hudson Square site

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Plans call for 162 apartments spread out over 208,365 square feet

This commercial building will be demolished to make way for the Toll Brothers project.
By Christopher Bride/PropertyShark

Toll Brothers City Living’s latest project will be located in the increasingly popular Hudson Square area on Manhattan’s west side, Real Estate Weekly first reported. A representative for Toll Brothers informed Curbed that the project, located at 77 Charlton Street, will comprise of two, connected 15-story towers sitting atop a base.

They’ve chosen to stay mum on a lot details at the moment, but the buildings will come with a total of 162 apartments spread out over 208,365 square feet of space. Department of Buildings filings reveal plans for 82 apartments (presumably one of the two towers) with 2,812 square feet of commercial space.

Toll Brothers has owned this site for quite some time now having shelled out $56.5 million on the property at the end of 2012, property records reveal. DOB filings reveal S9 Architecture as the architect on the project.

77 Charlton is currently home to a two-story commercial building, and Toll Brothers has already filed demolition plans to get the structure out of the way to begin construction on their residential development.

Toll Brothers is perhaps best known in recent memory for their Pierhouse condo project in Brooklyn Heights, and their development of OMA’s first ground-up project in the city at 121 East 22nd Street.

In Hudson Square, Toll Brothers’s latest project will give company to Extell’s 22-story development at 70 Charlton Street, and a planned 27-story apartment building at 110 Charlton Street.