Aurora, William Gottlieb submit 19-unit condo plan in West Village
Aurora Capital Associates and William Gottlieb Real Estate submitted a condominium plan for 19 residential units and one commercial unit at 111 Charles Street in the West Village, Manhattan.
The condo plan, CD220117, does not yet have a sellout price listed with the New York State Attorney General. Robert Cayre, founder of Aurora Capital and Neil Bender of William Gottlieb Real Estate are listed as the principals.
Below are renderings of the building, from Morris Adjmi Architects.
The site is owned by the estate of William Gottlieb, according to a review of city property records.
In March of 2017, new building plans were filed with the city’s Department of Buildings calling for the construction of a 74-foot tall, seven-story, 38,206-square-foot mixed-use building with 19 dwelling units at the site.
Per the plans, the ground floor of the building will have a lobby, retail space, and multiple community space. Dwelling units will span the upper floors of the building. There will be recreation spaces on floors two and seven. The cellar will have exercise rooms, and a child’s playroom.
The plans were permitted in June of last year.