[New York: Charles Street Gallery, n.d., circa 2005]. A collection of booklets, folding sheets, and loose pages commemorating the high-rise luxury building 165 Charles Street in New York's West Village. The set includes two small booklets, one of photographs of the surrounding neighborhood and the other with images of architect Richard Meier's other work. With a CD-ROM, seven fold-out floor plans of the various levels, and nine loose pages depicting the building, its amenities, and other images of the good life. Also laid in is a sheet of paper, signed by Madeline S. Hult, Director of the Charles Street Gallery. Contents fine, housed in the publishers near fine clamshell box, bumped at the heel of the spine.