Forbes | The Next Park Avenue: A Look at Manhattan’s Newest Residential Corridors

While it may seem as though every inch of Manhattan has long been blanketed in residential or commercial development, Hudson Square’s Charlton Street has recently emerged as one of the city’s most desirable new thoroughfares. Thanks to recent rezoning that allows residential development, the neighborhood is now home to the SoHo apartments for sale at 70 Charlton. The Extell-developed 22-story tower, designed by Beyer Blinder Belle with interiors and landscape design from Workshop/APD, offers 92 modern luxury homes with oversized windows, state-of-the-art kitchens, and spacious floor plans, in addition to amenities like an indoor saltwater pool, residents’ lounge, private courtyard, fitness center, and basketball court.