Date night is a simple joy: you, someone special, and a bit of activity that allows you to spend time devoted to enjoying one another’s company. While we all love to be wined and dined, date night can quickly take a toll on both your energy and your creativity. Luckily for you, the 70 Charlton residences provide the perfect place to enjoy date night: the comfy confines of your own home.
The SoHo apartments for sale at 70 Charlton are giving a subtle nod to their neighborhood’s history as a publishing hub. The streets of 70 Charlton’s Hudson Square neighborhood, rezoned in 2013 to increase residential development in the area, were once lined with printing houses, something that’s alluded to in the Beyer Blinder Belle-designed building’s look. The luxury residence is now a neighborhood standout, thanks to its vintage-inspired design, including a red brick exterior, oversized industrial-style windows, and steel accents.
While half of New York gets its kicks by scaring itself silly on Halloween, there is a less scream-inducing way to be entertained. Instead, howl with laughter, courtesy of the Comedy Cellar. This legendary nightclub, located near the 70 Charlton condos, is where household names in comedy, including Dave Chappelle, Marc Maron, Todd Barry, and Amy Schumer, cut their teeth — and often return for a set. Here, we look ahead to October’s lineup highlights, plus one or two things you might not have expected.
At the 70 Charlton condos, you can think of your apartment as a canvas, primed by the architects at Beyer Blinder Belle and designer Jonathan Adler, upon which you can create your most imaginative vision of home. With the holidays just around the corner, you and yours have the chance to toast the season in comfort and style in spaces touched by design accents and details that transform a room into a gathering place.
Extell-developed 70 Charlton is not only the home to a wealth of amenities, including an attended lobby, indoor saltwater pool, landscaped courtyard, indoor lounge, state-of-the-art fitness center, and basketball court; its Hudson Square residences are also among the most competitively priced in the area. 70 Charlton’s luxury homes are for sale at nearly a quarter of the cost per foot of many comparable residences in the highly desirable SoHo neighborhood. It seems the recently rezoned area is already enjoying increased cachet. However, the transformation has been a long time coming; describing Hudson Square as having “all the makings of a great area,” Extell’s vice president of development, Elysa Goldman, says of the newly invigorated area, “All the bones were there; it just hadn’t been utilized.”