A Return To The Classics In Real Estate, Downtown NYC

As towers of glass and steel have become the norm in Manhattan architecture, some developers are offering buyers a return to the classic materials and handcrafted luxury of a bygone age (with all the modern conveniences, of course). 70 Charlton is one such property. Designed by renowned architects Beyer Blinder Belle, 70 Charlton takes the form of two connected towers clad in brick, a nod to the area’s past identity as the Printing District. These Tribeca homes feature interiors by Workshop/APD, complete with sleek modern cabinetry and finishes, and residents will have access to the lush garden and courtyard ensconced between 70 Charlton’s two towers.