Emerging as a rare vertical sight in historic Hudson Square, the 25-story 100 Vandam, designed by the pioneering COOKFOX Architects, effortlessly melds the old and the new with its distinct, preserved red brick facade base and its rising modern concrete and glass tower.
Residence 9B is an exception 775-square foot one-bedroom/one-bathroom home. Located in the tower of the building, it features floor-to-ceiling windows across its high ceilings. The large open kitchen by Poliform includes a pantry, abundant storage, and top-of-the-line appliances, in addition to its signature millwork and bleu de savoie stone island and countertops.
The bedroom is well-proportioned, with ample closet space. The handsomely-finished bathroom is large with radiant heat floors. The residence has multi-zone central air and heating and a washer and dryer. It is smart home-ready.
Unparalleled biophilic gardens extend naturally from the facade and are showcased throughout the building's many balconies and terraces. These sky gardens are uniquely designed to filter light and frame views of the Hudson River and New York City skyline, creating a dynamic indoor-outdoor living environment for seamless enjoyment and well-being.
The light-filled 72 residences feature generous layouts, Poliform kitchens with bleu de savoie stone, wide-plank oak flooring, and exquisite custom millwork throughout. The 51 residences of the tower have floor-to-ceiling windows, and the 21 residences of the base retain the beamed ceilings and beautiful pre-War window fenestrations found in the akin loft buildings of Tribeca and SoHo.
The full-service building has a 24-hour concierge, live-in resident manager, and robust amenities, which include a sunny second-floor fitness center with yoga and training studios, children's playroom, two residents' lounges, cold storage, private and bicycle storage, and a spectacular theatre-quality screening room. The building is pet-friendly.
Located in Manhattan's hottest neighborhood, Hudson Square, the building is surrounded by both long-beloved and burgeoning shopping and dining, as well as the Hudson River Park and Pier 40. With the influx of world-class corporations' new campuses, the neighborhood's future is particularly bright.
The building is conveniently located near the Spring Street C/E- and Houston Street 1-Line subways.