A rare opportunity to create a grand single family mansion in the heart of the coveted West Village. This exceptionally scaled, 51-foot wide, 13,000 SF+ building is one of the precious few properties of this width, scale and generosity of proportion with the potential for a true mansion.
134 Charles is delivered with plans from the foremost expert in the design of these large scale residences and is poised to become one of the great homes of Manhattan and one of only a dozen or so mansions in the Village.
"The proposed design would result in one of the city's great private residences, with stepped outdoor gardens, unrivaled entertainment and recreation floors and incredible rooftop amenities with Hudson River views. The plans represent an extraordinary and achievable design for this property" (Marc Turkel-Founding Partner-Leroy Street Studios)
Built in 1911 for the president of the American Railway Supply Company, it was once owned by the automobile heir and leading art collector, Walter P. Chrysler, Jr. It was also the former home of noted American abstract representational artist Jennifer Bartlett. For more information, please visit americanrailwaysupplybuilding.com
The most highly desired of all Manhattan neighborhoods, featuring tree-lined cobblestone streets and endless blocks of pre-war townhomes, the West Village is an oasis in the city for its A-list residents. Enjoy easy access to Hudson River Park, and the new downtown Whitney Museum which anchors Manhattan's new cultural hub.
Charles Street is home to several of the city's finest townhouse blocks, the fastest selling condominium in the West Village, 150 Charles Street as well as Donna Karan's dramatic studio and showroom.