New York, New York
180 Clarkson Street is a full city block condominium development site located in the West Village of Manhattan. The development will consist of over 100 luxury homes in two towers rising up to 450-feet offering dramatic river and city views from every room. The exterior is designed by CookFox Architects and Thierry Despont will be the designer and artist for the interiors. 180 Clarkson is located on the northernmost portion of the former St. John’s Terminal Building, which was originally built in 1934 as the terminus to the High Line Rail Road. The building spanned almost four city blocks, nearly 850 feet along the Hudson River. In 2016, Atlas led a prior venture in a complex rezoning which allowed for significantly increased density on the site. After negotiating early terminations with the building office tenants, the venture sold the portion of the site located south of West Houston Street which has since been developed as the 1.3 million sf Google Headquarters.