100 Morton Street: 14-story condominium
600 Washington Street: 7-story rental
Developer: J. D. Carlisle Development Corporation
Architect: Costas Kondylis & Partners
From November 2002 NY Times:
In August, construction started on a $200 million project in the Hudson Square neighborhood toward the southern end of West Street, covering a 62,500-square-foot block bounded by Washington and West Streets on the east and west, and Morton and Leroy Streets on the north and south. There will be 283 housing units in three buildings. The project is named Morton Square.
One building will be a 14-story condominium on Morton Street. Another is to be a six-story structure on Morton Street with six town houses at the base and loft apartments above. The third will be a seven-story rental on Washington Street. Completion is scheduled for the spring of 2004. Since the side streets and inland avenues have a more residential character than West Street, all the entrances to these buildings will be on Morton Street or Washington Street. But one leg of the 147-unit L-shaped condominium will border West Street and provide 52 apartments with head-on river views. About 12,000 square feet of commercial space will be provided at street level, a third of it on West Street. The developer is the J. D. Carlisle Development Corporation. Costas Kondylis & Partners is the architect.
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Pictures of Morton Square
Sunset on the Hudson - Morton Square and the Archives (666 Greenwich Street). 21 February 2004.
Construction of Morton Square. 7 November 2003.
The start of a $200 million project in the Hudson Square neighborhood - Morton Square. 30 Hudson Street beyond. 21 December 2002.