The onetime “It” building of Hudson Square has just unleashed a new model apartment staged by designer Jonathan Adler. The apartment is at 70 Charlton, a 122-condo development by Extell that strays from the firm’s characteristic glassy look in favor of a more contextual brick and metal facade.
Workshop/APD designed the apartments’ interiors, but the Jonathan Adler staging overtakes apartment 17E. The stats: the condo has four bedrooms and four and half bathrooms, and covers 2,300 square feet. It opens onto a foyer with a north-facing living and dining room. The kitchen is done up with Caeserstone Blizzard countertops, and Miele and Sub-Zero appliances.
Move-ins at 70 Charlton started earlier this year, though sales launched back in 2015 with apartments priced from $995,000. Maybe those were the good old days, but apartments in the building that are still up for grabs range from a $1.695 million one-bedroom to a $10.5 million four-bedroom penthouse. Currently, 69 of the 122 apartments are occupied, with more apartments in contract.
Apartment 17E itself isn’t on the market, but 16E is and it’s asking $5.4 million. Now, for a little Friday afternoon interiors porn, look on below.
- 70 Charlton [official]
- Extell’s cushy Hudson Square condo shows off its model apartment [Curbed]