70 Charlton Street, luxury 2 Bed/2 Bath residence in West Soho. This home features oversized windows facing north with expansive city views, custom wide gray wash oak hardwood floors throughout. Large kitchen with high-gloss white lacquer cabinetry complimented by Ceasarstone counters, glass backsplash, patinaed steel trim and cabinet pulls, hood with direct external ventilation, Miele appliances with Sub-Zero integrated wine storage. Both spa-like bathrooms feature high gloss lacquer custom vanities with white Zebrino marble floors and Covelano countertops, white Zebrino & silver quartzite walls with patinaed steel medicine cabinets, glass & stone enclosed shower plus a Zuma soaking tub& Toto toilets. Washer &dryerventedin the unit.
Centrally located within Hudson Square, 70 Charlton is setting a new standard for the neighborhood of the area. Soho, Tribeca and the West Village all steps away, the West Soho/Hudson Square enclave offers an on-trend lifestyle. Short walk to the Hudson River Park.
Building amenities include 24-hour doorman/concierge, landscaped courtyard, outdoor sports court, residents lounge with catering kitchen, kid's playroom, state of the art fitness center, 60-foot indoor salt-water swimming pool, steam room, package room with a walk-in refrigerator for fresh food deliveries, bicycle and private storage.
SoHo (South-of- Houston) extends from West Houston to Canal Streets, between Sixth Avenue and the Bowery. Artists began to move into this formerly drab manufacturing area in the early 1970s, taking over abandoned lofts and buildings and turning them into homes and galleries. SoHo has since transformed into a beautiful and trendy neighborhood. Once home to a few cutting edge shops, huge artists’ lofts and low-key bars, SoHo now rivals Madison Avenue as an upscale residential and retail neighborhood. Surrounded by 19th century cast iron architecture, the entire neighborhood is the city’s only landmarked district and is famous for its shops, galleries and some of the city’s best restaurants, including Alison on Dominick Street and Blue Ribbon on Sullivan Street.
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