Earlier today, a group of developers broke ground on a 30-story condo building in Hudson Square, a tiny neighborhood located west of Soho that’s now full of luxury developments in various stages of construction. The 30-story condo, which was first announced toward the end of 2016, will be known as Greenwich West, and will bring a total of 170 apartments to the neighborhood.
News of the groundbreaking is accompanied by new renderings and details of the building, which is set to rise at 110 Charlton Street. The design of the building is a collaboration between two Parisian firms, Loci Anima and Sebastien Segers; and Adamson Associates are serving as the architect of record. In their design, the architecture team was inspired by the industrial architecture of this western section of Soho, and fused that with classical French architecture.
Apartments at Greenwich West will come in studios through three-bedrooms variants, and prices are expected to start just under $1 million. The development will reportedly feature a host of amenities, but the development team hasn’t divulged all those details yet. What we do know however is that the condo building will have on-site parking, and views of the Hudson River. Plans also call for a café on the ground floor.
The development team behind Greenwich West is comprised of Strategic Capital, Cape Advisors and Forum Absolute. The team has brought on fine artist Aaron Zulpo to work on the marketing campaign, which is being led by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, along with the building’s sales. The first of Zulpo’s works were unveiled today.
Sales at Greenwich West are scheduled to get underway sometime this fall, and construction on the condo building will wrap sometime in 2020.