Glass Townhouse at Charles Street
163 Charles Street - West Village
The Glass Townhouse at Charles Street is a new eight-story condo building located in the West Village. This property boasts the famed Daniel Goldner and Assoc as architect, with Barry Leistner as the developer.
The fifth floor offers a distinctive floor-through residence with a loft-like layout and plenty of high-end appliances, finishes and fixtures throughout. The residence is accessed via private key-lock elevator and offers immense, shaded floor-to-ceiling windows, which bathe the residence in natural light while simultaneously framing stunning Hudson River and Hudson River Park views. The northern and southern ends of the apartment both offer amazing private terraces. The home is replete with a Moltteni kitchen, which is fully equipped with top-of-the-line appliances by Sub-Zero and Gaggeneau, sleek granite countertops, slate-tiled backsplashes, and a large granite-topped island with a deep sink and a wine cooler. The spa-like bathrooms are equally well appointed with fine finishes and fixtures. Additional conveniences throughout the home include radiant heated wenge flooring, a remote-controlled fireplace, automated water filtration system, Lutron lighting and Bose Sound system. The laundry closet offers a stacked washer and dryer unit, as well as additional storage space. The home is furnished with stunning and elegant designer elements.
There are few locations in New York as desirable as the West Village. The primarily residential neighborhood is in close proximity to many popular brunch and casual shopping options, as well as the trendy boutiques and nightclubs of the Meatpacking District.
- Close to Hudson River Park
- Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
- Huge Balconies
- Keyed Elevator Access
- Large Private Roof Terrace with BBQ
- Private Terraces
- Remote Controlled Fireplace
- Stunning Views
- Very Few Apartments
- No Parking
- No Pool
- Poor Subway Connections
- Metropolitan College of New York
- New School University
- NYU School of Law
- The High Line