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New York’s Coziest Fireplaces

By Alexandra Reconco – November 5, 2019


It is about to be cold again and we all know that during the cold months all we wanna do is cozy up and be near a warm fireplace to comfort us. The fireplace can be seen as essential for a welcoming and comfortable aura in any home or luxury condominium. In fact, when it comes to luxury condo buildings developers are now going above and beyond to create distinctive residential lounges surrounding a fireplace that leave a lasting impression and makes residents and their guests feel right at home. Here’s a list of some of the coziest fireplaces in some of the most beautiful condos in NYC right now.

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YIMBY

YIMBY Checks Out The Skyline Views From Greenwich West In Hudson Square

By MICHAEL YOUNG – November 1, 2019


YIMBY went on a tour of Greenwich West, aka 110 Charlton Street, a 30-story residential building nearing completion in Hudson Square. Installation of the hand-laid brick masonry is nearly finished on the structure, which is designed by Francoise of Loci Anima along with Adamson Associates. The project is being developed by Strategic Capital, Cape Advisors, and Forum Absolute Capital Partners, while Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is handling sales for the building’s 170 units.

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New York Lifestyles

Hudson Square’s Condo With A French Accent

By AP Connolly –


Greenwich West, Hudson Square’s newest residential tower, is located in West SoHo at 110 Charlton Street and offers 170 loft-style residences ranging from studios to three-bedrooms, including penthouses. At 30 stories, one of the tallest buildings in the area, the condominium serves as an urban lookout, providing panoramas of the Hudson River, New York Harbor, and Statue of Liberty.

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ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN

Greenwich West Brings Parisian Flair To New York

By LORI CAPULLO – October 23, 2019


This fall, the first tower in New York City designed by a French female architect will reach full enclosure. Francoise Raynaud, along with her Paris-based firm Loci Anima, melds a Parisian influence with a New York City-style loft feel in Greenwich West.

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The New York Times

The Return of Golden Age Design

By Tim McKeough – October 18, 2019


With so many glass towers vying for attention in New York City, some developers are looking to the past for inspiration. The result: new buildings with Art Deco and neo-Georgian flourishes.

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Mansion Global

How to Pick the Right Kind of Hardwood Flooring

By JENNIFER TZESES – October 16, 2019


“Not all woods are created equal. You want to choose a wood that will stand up to continued use in a home. This means you should avoid woods that are overly soft or photosensitive, which can be damaged or discolored easily.”

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City Realty

Hudson Square booms in advance of Google + Disney; Full new development rundown here

By CityRealty Staff – October 7, 2019


As one of the tallest buildings to rise in Hudson Square, residents of Greenwich West will naturally have panoramic views of the Hudson River, New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty, and the New York skyline. The handmade brick facade and industrial-style casement windows nod to the neighborhood’s heritage, while features like marble kitchen islands, integrated Miele appliances, and marble baths are designed to satisfy modern buyers.

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The New York Times

Private Parking Goes Deluxe

By C. J. Hughes – September 13, 2019


“I don’t think this garage would have been viable a decade ago, to be honest with you,” said Arthur Blee, a senior vice president Cape Advisors, referring to the automated facility at Greenwich West, a condo he’s codeveloping in the Hudson Square neighborhood.

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Elle Decor

These Sunset Views At The New Greenwich West Building Are Luxuriously Dreamy

By Jennifer Milne – April 24, 2019


Parisian interior designer Sebastien Segers—known for his work with product designer Marc Newson and fashion houses such as Armani and Dior—takes on his first residential building in New York City with Greenwich West at 110 Charlton Street. “I wanted to experiment on a large scale with the design guidelines I have developed on more exclusive high-end projects, and New York is the place I dreamed about,” he says. “When doing a residential tower, you have to anticipate the community who will live there, the story they can share, and find the balance between the strong identity [of the building] and the ability of the space to be appropriated by its residents. The driver is: Do I want it for myself?”

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Real Estate Weekly

Greenwich West tops out

By REW – January 17, 2019


Strategic Capital, Cape Advisors, and Forum Absolute Capital Partners have topped out Greenwich West, their new luxury condo in West Soho.
The 30-story building broke ground in July 2018 and launched sales of its 170 residences last fall, with closings slated to begin in early 2020.

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NEW YORK YIMBY

Greenwich West Officially Tops Out At 110 Charlton Street, In Hudson Square

By MICHAEL YOUNG – January 8, 2019


Robb Report

Three Female Architects Changing New York City

By REBEKAH BELL – December 8, 2018


Ambitious new projects are reshaping the skyline.

Architecture has long been a male-dominated field. According to the Los Angeles Times, nearly half of architecture school graduates in the United States are women, but only 18 percent of licensed practitioners are women. Many experience wage inequality and bias. And only three of the world’s biggest architecture firms are headed by women.

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Curbed

Hudson Square condo with classic vibe launches sales from $965K

By Tanay Warerkar – October 30, 2018


The condo will bring 170 apartments to the once-industrial neighborhood

One of several new developments transforming Hudson Square, Greenwich West has now launched sales on its 170 apartments. Construction is currently underway on the 30-story condo tower located at 110 Charlton Street, and when complete, the 290-foot skyscraper will be one of the tallest buildings in the immediate area.

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The New York Times

Hudson Square Tower With a French Accent

By Jane Margolies – October 22, 2018


Françoise Raynaud, a Parisian architect, has created a 30-story condo designed both to loom over and blend in with its fast-developing downtown neighborhood.

Despite all the construction cranes that can be spotted around New York City, it is still the rare woman who gets to design a major building in this town.

Annabelle Selldorf and the late Zaha Hadid realized various high-profile New York projects.

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