123 Baxter St
Architect: Kushner Studios
Contract Price: $8,400,000
Program: Mixed-use 77,000 Sf, apartment building, robotic parking, ground floor commercial, private roof areas, tenant meeting rooms.
This apartment building guides inhabitants through a linear cathartic journey, from the culturally entrenched streets of this Chinatown / Little Italy neighborhood to one's most private inner sanctum: their bedroom. The project proposes an answer to the question of how a fixed object or a building can exist alongside such public transience that is Chinatown and how ultimately it can represent the timeless idea of how a home begins with connecting habitation and occupants with their natural world. The building consists of 23 apartments made up of 3 bedroom apartments, 2 large penthouse with sundecks, and one private duplex "townhouse" with a private lobby and elevator.
An innovative robotic parking was installed in the buildings, the first of it's kind in the city and second in the United States. This project has garnered IHG much publicity and press and remains a jewel and a testament to both our sister architectural companies dedication to be able to design and build large projects under a common shared umbrella.
New mixed use
New York City