5 Doorman Properties In Hudson Square

Located on the west side of Manhattan just above Canal Street is the neighborhood of Hudson Square. Once a district filled with newspaper and printing companies and factories, the large industrial-style buildings left standing have mostly been converted and expanded into new office complexes, while large companies like DIsney and Google have constructed massive headquarters in the booming area over the past several years. Amidst the commercial office development are some notable Hudson Square NYC condominium properties that we listed below.



Designed by Renzo Piano and developed by Bizzi & Partners with interiors by RDAI, 565 Broome SoHo is one of the earliest examples of the residential boom and supply of new Hudson Square apartments. Standing 25 stories tall and 290 feet high, there are 112 condominium units and over 17,000 square feet of amenities. The building is cladded with a sleek glass curtain wall with rounded corners and features a two-tower structural setup connected by a central glass atrium.



Located a short distance from our first building site is 570 Broome Street, a slender 25-story condominium tower with 54 units. Designed by Tahir Demirciglou of Builtd with Skidmore, Owings & Merill handling the lobby and residential interiors, there are one- to three-bedroom layouts with the upper homes featuring views of the Lower Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River to the south, and the Midtown skyline to the north. 



Greenwich West is a 30-story condominium project located at 100 Charlton Street. Designed by Loci Anima and Adamson Associates and developed by Strategic Capital, Cape Advisors, and Forum Absolute Capital Partners, the ground-up structure features 710 units marketed by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. Windows facing west have direct views of the Hudson River and sunsets over New Jersey, while windows looking north can see the Hudson Yards and Midtown skyline. Amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, an onsite resident manager and porter, a handyman staff. There is a communal rooftop terrace with multiple lounge and seating areas, a lounge with a fireplace, a fitness center by The Wright Fit with a yoga studio and steam room, a children’s playroom, an automated parking garage with direct secured access to residential elevators, a laundry facility, bicycle storage, and additional private storage for purchase.



Just one street to the south of our last site is 100 Vandam Street, another notably tall residential building for the Hudson Square neighborhood. Designed by COOKFOX Architects and developed by Jeff Greene, the 25-story mixed-use tower reuses and incorporates a former power plant as the podium for the property. The architectural contrast between the thick load bearing brick walls and the main tower's glass walls and protruding concrete balconies directly above makes it a distinct element and visual sight from up close and from afar. There are 72 units marketed by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing that range from one- to four-bedroom layouts, 2500 square feet of commercial space in the lower levels, and amenities such as a 1,220-square-foot fitness center with yoga and training studios, a 1,600-square-foot screening room, a media room, residential lounge, children’s playroom, bicycle room, cold storage, in-house washers and dryers, a live-in super, package room, parking and storage available for purchase, and a double-height lobby with concierge service.



Designed by Beyer Binder Belle and developed by Extell, 70 Charlton Street stands as two 22-story towers cladded in a brick facade and conjoined by a passageway on the second floor of a landscaped courtyard. Inside is a mix of 92 condominium units and 29 market-rate rental apartments. Homes range from one- to four-bedroom layouts. Amenities include a 60-foot indoor saltwater swimming pool, a fitness center, a steam room, a lounge with a catering kitchen, and a children’s playroom.

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