165 Charles Street is a luxurious building that has been designed by world-renowned architect Richard Meier. The 16-story building overlooks the Hudson River and was completed in 2005. The majority of residences at 165 Charles Street enjoy fantastic exposures with spectacular views of the NYC skyline. Eleven-foot floor-to-ceiling glass wraps all units. Brightly lit apartments boast wide-planked Wenge wood floors and double-glazed windows. Extravagant residential amenities include a 50-foot infinity-edge-lap pool, a first-rate fitness center, a sauna, a screening room, a bike room, a private climate-controlled wine cellar, and a charming garden just off the lobby. Additional amenities include a full-time doorman, in-unit washer and dryer, basement storage, and concierge services. This magnificent building was designed to accommodate a wide range of living configurations. The building is divided by a central column running through the middle of the building and features a pair of two-bedroom apartments per floor except for the lower two levels and the penthouse. All of the apartments feature an inviting, open floor plan that begins with an island kitchen allowing the living area to flow into an adjoining space that can be used for either a study or dining area. The second floor of this West Village building includes four one-bedroom apartments. Each unit includes a double-height living and dining area. Living at 165 Charles Street gives residents a home that is nearby an array of restaurants such as Casa Apicii and La Panineria Italian restaurants, nightlife such as Castell Roof Top Lounge, popular The Upstairs at 66, and nearby local transportation.

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Building Amenities

Doorman
Elevator
Fitness Center
Swimming Pool