The Hudson Tower was the fastest condominium sellout in Manhattan’s history. The 16-story, 126 unit residential condominium, a cornerstone of new development atop Battery Park City landfill, was the first leasehold condominium in New York. The building, alongside the Hudson River, overlooks the Statue of Liberty.
The six five-story Hudson Tower Townhouses interconnect with Hudson Tower at Battery Park. The project brought back the concept of private “maisonette” homes in Manhattan while offering the support services of a large luxury tower.
In December, 2012 120 days before Essex Crossing was unveiled, Carter Management Corp. acquired the newest and most visible retail structure along Delancey Street.
This 3 story building houses Children’s Place, Payless Shoes and a 2 story children’s school. The leases go through 2021 by which time $1.5 billion dollars of investment in new developments is committed along the same block and across Delancey Street. See photo of our existing 126-130 Delancey (“Delancey Norfolk”)property.