150 Charles Street

150 Charles Street is a condominium in New York’s West Village. Located on the corner of Charles and Washington Streets, the building overlooks the Hudson River.

150 Charles Street Q&A

Who built 150 Charles Street?
150 Charles Street was developed by the Witkoff Group and designed by architecture firm COOKFOX. Unit sales began in February of 2013, and Douglas Elliman handled the first round of sales and marketing.
Who lives at 150 Charles Street?
Since it opened in 2013 a number of famous figures have bought and sold homes in the elite condo. Witkoff Group founder Steve Witkoff was the first occupant of the building's penthouse, now sold. Current and former residents include actor Ben Stiller, supermodel Irina Shayk, and musician Jon Bon Jovi, along with notable real estate names such as Leonard Steinberg of Compass, Benjamin Winter of the Winter Organization, and John Gomes of Elliman's Eklund | Gomes team.
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150 Charles Street Top Stories

June 20, 2019Witkoff sold his 150 Charles Street penthouse for $33 million to an unknown buyer.
February 16, 2018Gildo Pallanca Pastor, CEO of Venturi Automobiles, recently bought a condo for $10.25 million at 150 Charles Street through One Lucky Dog, an LLC.
January 31, 2018Jon Bon Jovi sold his three-bedroom duplex at 150 Charles Street in the West Village condominium.

The Latest

Know thy neighbor: A unit-by-unit look at who really bought at 150 Charles

Know thy neighbor: A unit-by-unit look at who really bought at 150 Charles

If an owner at 150 Charles Street is looking for a savvy salesperson to sell her apartment, she won’t...

Know thy neighbor: A unit-by-unit look at who really bought at 150 Charles
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Steakhouse king Peter Morton pays $26M for units at 150 Charles

Hospitality mogul Peter Morton just dropped $25.5 million for two West Village condos. That’s a lot of steak and...

Steakhouse king Peter Morton pays $26M for units at 150 Charles
Buyin’ on a prayer: Bon Jovi drops $12.9M at 150 Charles

Buyin’ on a prayer: Bon Jovi drops $12.9M at 150 Charles

He’ll “never say goodbye” – to New York City, that is. On the heels of selling his $34 million...

Buyin’ on a prayer: Bon Jovi drops $12.9M at 150 Charles
Online dating exec swipes right for $10.5M West Village condo

Online dating exec swipes right for $10.5M West Village condo

Greg Blatt found love in the West Village. But not with his paramour — with a four bedroom, five-bathroom condo overlooking...

Online dating exec swipes right for $10.5M West Village condo
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Buyers at Witkoff’s 150 Charles flipping condos

It took just 12 weeks for developer Steve Witkoff to sell out 150 Charles when the 91-unit West Village...

Buyers at Witkoff’s 150 Charles flipping condos
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Upward construction boom blacks out neighbors

As towering development booms in New York City, a number of longtime residents are losing their light.

Upward construction boom blacks out neighbors
West Village resident plans Clean Air suit to halt 150 Charles

West Village resident plans Clean Air suit to halt 150 Charles

A year after 11 West Village residents filed a lawsuit over alleged zoning improprieties to halt the construction of...

West Village resident plans Clean Air suit to halt 150 Charles
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Multigenerational housing hits NYC

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Rarity of new residential projects in West Village sparks buyer frenzy

Build it and they will come, yes, but in the case of some high-profile residential projects in the West...

Rarity of new residential projects in West Village sparks buyer frenzy
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