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Jeff Greene finally files 100 Vandam plans

Resi conversion would hold 62 units averaging 2,450 sf each

December 07, 2015 05:50PM
By Rey Mashayekhi

100 Vandam Street

Jeff Greene (credit: Chance Yeh) and rendering of 100 Vandam Street in Hudson Square (credit: COOKFOX)

Jeff Greene’s residential conversion of 100 Vandam Street in Hudson Square is finally moving forward, after the billionaire investor filed permit applications Monday with the city’s Department of Buildings.

Greene is seeking to expand the existing six-story, 55,300-square-foot commercial building on the site into a 24-story, 156,600-square-foot condo building, and the filing provides a couple new details regarding the project. The COOKFOX-designed property is slated to hold 62 residential units across more than 152,000 square feet of space – or more than 2,450 square feet per unit — and will also feature an additional 2,300 square feet of ground-level retail.

There will be three duplex apartments at the property – one spanning the first and second floors, another on the 16th and 17th floors and a third topping off the 23rd and 24th floors of the building, according to the filing.

The third through fifth floors will hold six units each, while the sixth through 15th floors will each have three units. The 18th through 22nd floors, meanwhile, will each feature one full-floor apartment.

The building will also include a seven-car parking garage for tenants as well as a bicycle storage facility capable of holding up to 30 bikes, the filing indicates.

Representatives for Greene could not be reached for comment.