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Building: Chatham Towers

170 Park Row, New York, NY, 10038
250 units25 stories2 buildingsBuilt in 1965

Building Description

The two 25-story towers at 170 and 180 Park Row are known as Chatham Towers, a full service cooperative. The coop is fully staffed by 24 hour doormen, porters, maintenance staff, and live-in super.

The buildings, built in 1964 by architects Kelly and Gruzen were the recipient of an Merit Award from the American Institute of Architects and are well known for their sculpural form and innovative double glazed pivoting windows. Many units have views across Lower Manhattan, Midtown, Columbus Park, and the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, The complex includes a large landscaped private garden, lawns, and an underground parking garage. Half of the units have terraces. It is located on a triangular site at the nexus of Park Row, Worth Street, Mullbery St, Mott St, East Broadway, and the Bowery and close to Chinatown, the Federal and NY State courts, and Police Headquarters.

The buildings are well documented in texts on important New York architecture including, Robert A.M. Stern et. al, “New York 1960”, and Andrew Alpern, “New York’s Fabulous Luxury Apartments with Original Floor Plans from the Dakota, River House, Olympic Tower and Other Great Buildings”.

Building Amenities

  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Live-in Super
  • Parking Available
Outdoor Space
  • Deck
  • NYC Storm Zone 5

Building Facts

Facts 250 units25 stories2 buildingsBuilt in 1965
Floorplans 11 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 134 documents and permits
Sales Listings 2 active sales ($721 per ft² avg, $487,000 avg price)
32 previous sales ($759 per ft² avg, $602,601 avg price)
1 previous rental ($41 per ft² avg, $1,900 avg price)
Other buildings in this complex
Other buildings in this complex Chatham Green
Architect: Kelly & Gruzen

Sales - 2 in contract

3 rooms, 1 bed
1 bath
800 ft²
3 rooms, studio
1 bath
550 ft²


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