Metropolis: COOKFOX Converts a Storage Facility into a Lush, Luxurious Apartment Complex
Anne Quito – Metropolis
Making a 15-story tower feel intimate is no small feat. That’s exactly what the New York–based firm CookFox Architects set out to do when it took on the task of transforming the former Whitehall Storage Facility into a 91-unit luxury residential building on 150 Charles Street in New York City’s West Village.
CookFox’s design approach involved researching the past and future: The architects were attentive to the character of the far West Village but also infused the design with the forward-thinking tenets of green architecture, which earned 150 Charles Street a LEED Gold certification and a unique recognition of “superior landscaping” from the City Planning Commission.
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