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Rendering revealed for Extell’s 68 Charlton Place

Most recent plans call for two separate 22-story towers, 116 units

September 11, 2014 03:20PM

Rendering of 68  Charlton Place and the spot on Google maps

Rendering of 68 Charlton Place and the spot on Google Maps

A first rendering has surfaced for Extell Development’s 68 Charlton Place — two residential buildings with 91 market-rate co-op units and 25 affordable apartments.

The plan, as floated before Community Board 2 at the beginning of the year, calls for two separate 22-story towers. One of those buildings would face Charlton Street and the other Vandam Street. Beyer Blinder Belle is listed as the architect of record on permits filed in October of last year, and which were approved last month.

Excavation work has since been in full swing, according to Buzz Buzz Home.

The development, which is to bring the Hudson Square neighborhood its first affordable housing, is slated for completion towards the end of 2016. [BuzzBuzzHome] and [Curbed]Julie Strickland

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