Manhattan, NY According to Strategic Capital, Cape Advisors, and Forum Absolute Capital Partners, West SoHo’s newest residential tower, Greenwich West, has topped out to its full 30-story height. The building broke ground in July 2018 and launched sales of its 170 residences this fall, with closings slated to begin in early 2020. The builder for the project is Plaza Construction.
Greenwich West is located at 110 Charlton St. in the Hudson Sq. neighborhood, which sits at the nexus of the West Village, Soho and TriBeCa. The area, and all of the west side waterfront up to Hudson Yards, is currently in the midst of one of the city’s biggest development booms, as illustrated by Google’s recent announcement to develop a New York campus in Hudson Sq. This news came months after Disney/ABC said that it would be moving its New York headquarters to the neighborhood, further showcasing the area’s transformation into a 24-7 live, work and play destination.
“This moment marks a major milestone for Greenwich West, and we’re proud to see the building take its place on the skyline,” said Phillip Gesue, chief officer of development at Strategic Capital. “Plaza Construction has done an incredible job of bringing our team of Parisian designers’ vision to life and the building’s rapid progress is a direct result of their hard work and dedication.”
Greenwich West’s 170 light-filled residences range from studios to three-bedrooms, including a collection of penthouses. Each home has been meticulously designed to offer an open floorplan and loft-inspired layout as well as a bespoke feel.
“The rapid topping out of Greenwich West is a testament to the extraordinary efforts of our entire team of talented, designers, builders, and contractors,” said Craig Wood, CEO of Cape Advisors. “The team’s commitment to this project is demonstrated by the attention to detail and aggressive schedule that has enabled us to stay on track for completion in early 2020. We couldn’t be prouder of the work that has been done, and are excited to further introduce Greenwich West to the market as it progresses.”
“Building Greenwich West and seeing it rise to distinction as a formidable, one-of-a-kind luxury residential condominium featuring an abundance of light and openness is a source of pride for Plaza Construction,” says Richard Wood, CEO of Plaza Construction. “As the project completes it will add a touch of elegance as it graces the Manhattan waterfront.”
Architecture firms Loci Anima and Adamson Associates designed a handmade brick façade with custom glazed brick accents and Art Deco-inspired curved corners, which lend a softness to the tower. Industrial-style casement windows, framed by hand-laid brick patterns and custom brick borders, salute the neighborhood’s heritage. Interiors designed by Sebastien Segers Architects echo the curves of the exterior architecture, including deep window-sills topped with Carrara marble that invite interaction with the windows and views, and custom kitchen islands featuring crafted “marine-edge” Carrara marble countertops.
World renowned botanist and landscape artist Patrick Blanc has designed a signature vertical green wall for the building’s courtyard Viewing Garden.
Greenwich West is a rare Downtown building that includes a full array of amenities and services including a 24-hour attended lobby, onsite resident manager, porter and handyman staff. At the building’s crown is an amenity rooftop terrace with breathtaking city and water views as well as multiple lounge and seating areas.