This penthouse is located in a downtown Manhattan enclave called Hudson Square in a new development 70 Charlton, which was designed to emulate the industrial lofts that are found throughout the former “Printing District.” The 3,193 square foot penthouse is the largest offering in the building with four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, and a 2,150 square foot roof terrace.

The apartment has views up to the midtown skyline, downtown towards FiDi skyline, Hudson River, as well as signature NYC cityscape views.

The home was designed to have a loftlike feel with gray wood floors that emulate the aesthetic of a polished concrete floor and boxy, paned windows resembling the large windows in the adjacent warehouses.

The finely-appointed open gourmet kitchen has top-of-the-line appliances, wine fridge, Caesarstone Blizzard slab countertops, patinaed steel trim, grey wash oak floors, breakfast bar and breakfast room for enjoying morning coffee.

The south-facing master bedroom suite is a lovely retreat tucked away with a large dressing room and two enormous closets.

The windowed spa bath features a sculptural freestanding tub.

Two additional bedroom suites, a guest bedroom, full hall bath, powder room, washer/dryer and excellent closet space round out the amenities.

The interiors are the vision of Workshop/APD. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman/concierge; landscaped courtyard with green wall; outdoor sports court; indoor saltwater swimming pool; fully-equipped fitness room; steam room; residents’ lounge with catering kitchen; and a kids playroom. Situated within the newly-rezoned Hudson Square, 70 Charlton is part of the movement revitalizing the neighborhood from industrial to residential.

The penthouse is currently on the market for $8.495 million with Steve Gold of Corcoran Real Estate.