New York’s
Golden Age
of Design

Greenwich West is conveniently located at 110 Charlton Street, at the confluence of three of New York’s most exclusive and charming neighborhoods. With Hudson River Park, Soho, Tribeca, and the West Village all just minutes away, you can engage in any activity your heart desires. Whether it’s wandering the quiet streets of Hudson Square, shopping in Soho, dining at a small café in the West Village, or attending a Tribeca Film Festival gala, a vital and eclectic lifestyle surrounds you.   

Greenwich West is seamlessly woven into West Soho’s historic streetscape. On tree-lined Charlton Street—the quiet western extension of Soho’s fashionable Prince Street—a subtle glass-and-steel canopy shades the building’s impressive entrance. Grand stairs lead to a generously scaled lobby detailed in travertine and rosewood millwork. Farther inside, double-height windows frame a dramatic view of world-renowned French botanist Patrick Blanc’s monumental vertical garden. Greenwich West’s commitment to service resonates through the lobby, as well, with the presence of 24-hour staff.

Picturesque Living in Downtown Manhattan

Greenwich West by Aaron Zulpo

Greenwich West is an urban lookout. In the lower stories, the building’s oversized windows frame a light-filled gaze into the charmingly eclectic West Soho lifestyle. The view is an invitation to explore cobblestone streets with stores, restaurants and a uniquely downtown culture. Higher floors offer wide-angle perspectives of the Hudson River, New York Harbor and Statue of Liberty, while penthouse homes and the exclusive residents’ rooftop lounge preside over a breathtaking panorama of the waterfront and New York skyline. Wherever you find yourself in Greenwich West, you will be connected to the vibrant visual feast of the city below.

The New
of French

Greenwich West’s Paris-based design team has reinterpreted the architectural traditions of West Soho with European sensibility. Industrial-style windows punctuate the elegantly embossed brick exterior, which is further accented in custom pewter glazed brick and Art Deco–inspired curved corners. The tower tapers toward the sky gracefully, affording multiple sprawling terraces that are ideally suited to gardening, relaxation, and entertainment. The building facing was designed by Loci Anima and made specially for Greenwich West by the venerable Wienerberger brickworks in Austria. Majestic in the light of painterly sunsets, Greenwich West glimmers over the Hudson River as part of the Soho skyline.