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165 Charles Street - West Village - Meatpacking District, New York

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165 Charles Street - West Village - Meatpacking District, New York

Aesthetically, the condominium tower at 65 Charles Street is very similar to the two towers nearby at 173 and 176 Perry Street; all three front on West Street and face the Hudson River in the West Village, one of the city's most desirable and livable neighborhoods. All three were designed by Richard Meier–one of the "New York Five" architects who came to prominence in the late 1960s and early 1970's for their adoption of the clean and bright lines of Le Corbusier. To the casual observer, they make an elegant architectural ensemble with an aesthetic of sharp lines and well-proportioned grids. The 16-story white metal and glass tower at 165 Charles, however, was delivered finished right down to the doorknobs, which were custom designed by Meier himself. While Meier created the Perry Street towers as raw space, he carefully designed the Charles Street building–from kitchen space to bathroom fixtures.Among a dizzying list of amenities at this celebrity-studded residence are a 12,000-square-foot-finished cellar, a professional screening room with 36 seats, a 65-foot-long swimming pool with a cascading waterfall, an exercise room, and a wine cellar for each apartment that can accommodate 360 bottles. The building contains 32 apartments with 11-foot ceilings, some with Hudson River views. Of the three Meier buildings, 165 Charles Street is closest to the green spaces, playing fields, bike lanes and running paths of Hudson River Park.

Building Data for the building listed. All total, average and median numbers provided by Urban Digs.

Building Data:

Active Sales Listings:

Total Inventory on Market: 3

Average List Price: $21,350,000


Total Inventory on Market: 66

Active Rentals Listings:

Total Inventory on Market: 1

Average List Price: $5,250

Provided by: DE ANALYTICS

Building Details:


Neighborhood: West Village - Meatpacking District

Built in 2005

31 Units

16 Floors