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.”
Fancy a trip to Italy? Don’t fancy the drawn-out flight? This September, the 92nd Annual Feast of San Gennaro descends on SoHo serving up a platter of continental culture, directly on the doorstep of the condos at 70 Charlton. Calling this legendary street fair a feast is entirely appropriate. For 11 days, from Sept. 13 through 23, revelers can gorge on every aspect of Italian culture — including food, live music, and an unforgettable procession. Ready to take part? Andiamo!
Living close to some of the world’s most prestigious art institutions is just one of the innumerable benefits of calling Manhattan home, something the residents of the SoHo apartments for sale at 70 Charlton know all too well. For those with children in their lives, 70 Charlton’s location is a particular boon; the Extell-developed luxury building is just one block from the 10,000-square-foot interactive Children’s Museum of the Arts, which combines play-based arts education with exhibits of work by preeminent artists—from Keith Haring to Christo and Jeanne-Claude, the two artists behind the famed Central Park installation, The Gates.
After choosing Beyer Blinder Belle as the architects and Workshop/APD as the interior designers, it’s only fitting that Extell Development Company would tap a world-renowned sculptor like Malcolm Hill to create a piece of art for one of the common spaces at 70 Charlton. The resulting piece is a “sculptural mural” that hangs over the two-story lobby, giving it the feeling of an art gallery. Upstairs, this collection of Tribeca homes offers condos ranging in size from one to four bedrooms, all of which feature beautiful interiors with large windows, custom cabinetry in the kitchens, marble- and stone-clad bathrooms, and luxurious bedrooms with hardwood floors.