When you live in the apartments at 70 Charlton, you have 500 acres of waterside park right on your doorstep. And you just have to make the most of it — especially now that spring is in full bloom. Hudson River Park is a sanctuary from urban life; it’s a place where you can embark on peaceful promenades, let off steam with a variety of sports and activities, or spend a relaxing evening under the stars watching a movie.
There’s no disputing the many health benefits of regular exercise. Lower blood pressure, reduced risk of heart disease, improved concentration, and better sleep are just a few of the well-documented results of a rigorous exercise routine. Life at the 70 Charlton for-sale residences includes access to a modern, top-of-the-line fitness studio and pool, so residents can seamlessly integrate exercise into their daily lives. But when it comes to being truly fit, exercise is only part of the equation. Refueling your body with nutritious, healthy food is key if you want to make the most of your workout. Luckily for residents of apartments in Soho New York, the neighborhood is brimming with cafes and shops dedicated to serving fresh, clean food. Here are our favorite places in Soho to find a nourishing, post-workout treat.
Streets that look like stills from a movie. Restaurants on every corner. More boutique shops than you could ever imagine. And nightlife to suit everyone’s taste. When you live in West Soho, you’re living in one of the most culture-and-cuisine-rich neighborhoods Manhattan has to offer. Things just get better when you’re at the center of it all, living in the luxe homes at 70 Charlton. Here, you’ll find dreamy digs that meld old-school Downtown style with world-class amenities, such as an indoor saltwater swimming pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and lush courtyards — located in the heart of lower Manhattan between the West Village and Tribeca.
There are few culinary activities as universally nostalgic as baking cookies — and, yes, that includes licking the spoon. For many, childhood memories of “helping” in the kitchen include clumsy attempts at measurement, a chance to try your hand at cracking eggs, sneaking a handful of chocolate chips, and pestering your parents to hand over that mixing spoon. Despite knowing the risks of eating raw eggs and flour, we’ve all done it. Many of us consider a few bites of unbaked cookie dough even better than eating a gooey, fresh-from-the-oven cookie. Yet, that nagging fear of harmful bacteria (and the stomachache that can result from ingesting them) has probably stopped you from consuming much more than a few errant blobs during cleanup. Now, thanks to DŌ, your guilty pleasure is guilty no more. Just a short walk from the 70 Charlton luxury residences, this cookie dough confectionery is serving up over a dozen flavors of raw, safe-to-eat cookie dough.
Looking for a fun way to spend an afternoon? How about a day of indulging your inner child by wandering through a fantastic collection of cool stuff — sports equipment, games, arts and crafts supplies, and more? Then take a day trip to CAMP, a place with something entertaining and exciting for everyone who walks in the door. Located just north of the 70 Charlton Soho luxury residences, it’s the newest shopping experience to hit NYC. This lively and exhilarating spot is certainly worth the short jaunt uptown!