West Facade
View from West Street
Kissing Cousins
South Elevation
Corbelled Brick Detail
Raw Space Interior
Interior Detail
Finished Residence By Gluckman Mayner Architects
Double Height Steel Window

West Facade

View from West Street

Kissing Cousins

South Elevation

Corbelled Brick Detail

Raw Space Interior

Interior Detail

Finished Residence By Gluckman Mayner Architects

Double Height Steel Window

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495 West Street

The pioneering 35,000 square foot new construction at 495 West Street, between Jane and West 12th Streets, foresaw the transformation of the Hudson River waterfront into Manhattan’s new Gold Coast. The eleven-story, nine-unit condominium loft building consists of seven full-floor residences and two duplex penthouses, each with spectacular uninterrupted panoramic views of the water and ranging in size from 2,000 to 4,700 square feet.

 

Tamarkin Co. commissioned CT Architect P.C. to design the building. Forty-eight foot long ribbons of industrial steel windows and alternating bands of corbelled bricks contribute to the building’s striking presence along the waterfront while tying the building back to its maritime warehouse roots. The open raw-space interiors reveal the robust concrete superstructure of the building and allowed purchasers the flexibility to create their own layouts.

 

495 West Street has been cited in numerous publications as a trend-setter along the revitalized Hudson River waterfront.

 

Developer: Tamarkin Co.
Design Architect: CT Architect P.C.
Architect of Record: Schuman, Claman, Lichtenstein,

  & Efron Architects
Structural Engineer: Leslie E. Robertson Associates
Consulting Engineers (MEP): I.V. Consulting Engineers
Construction Manager: IDI Construction Co., Inc.
Equity Partner: Oaktree Capital Management, LLC
Sales and Marketing: Douglas Elliman