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Rendering of 40 Bleecker Street (l, Williams New York) and photo circa February 2019 (r, CityRealty) Rendering of 40 Bleecker Street (l, Williams New York) and photo circa February 2019 (r, CityRealty)
Architect Ed Rawlings, AD100 designer Ryan Korban, and Broad Street Development executives were on hand to celebrate the topping out of construction at 40 Bleecker Street, a luxury condominium taking shape in a highly desirable downtown location. The building's distinct curve is already evident, and next to go up is a striking brick and metal facade that pays tribute to the neighborhood's history while displaying a modern touch. Renderings show abundant windows with sizes proportional to the spaces behind them. High-floor homes will enjoy views of the Empire State Building to the north and the downtown skyline to the south.
40-Bleecker-Street-2 (l-r) Anthony Leichter, Daniel Blanco, Ryan Korban, Ralmond Chalme, and Ed Rawlings on the 10th floor of 40 Bleecker Street (Jason Malihan, Snowflake NYC)
40-Bleecker-Street-6 South-facing views (CityRealty)
By this time next year, residents are expected to move into exquisitely designed homes with 10' ceilings, open layouts, luxurious finishes, and full-height windows that fill the apartments with light. Kitchens come outfitted with statuary marble islands, Italian cerused cabinetry, and Miele appliance suite. The master suite is a wonder to behold with expansive space, walk-in closet, and bath with custom double vanity, honed Grigio Dove stone and Calacatta statuary marble finishes, and Lefroy Brooks polished chrome fixtures.
40-Bleecker-Street-3 Interior rendering (Moso)
In the building's warm lobby, a seating area with two Korban-designed sofas clad in statuary marble, a custom-designed French limestone slab coffee table, and black marble fireplace lined in bronze welcome residents and visitors alike while setting the tone for the level of luxury within. Amenities include a Zen-inspired courtyard designed by Hollander Design, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a 57' indoor pool, and private garage.
40-Bleecker-Street-4 Lobby via Bjorn Wallender
Sales got off to a brisk start last winter, and a handful of available units remain on the market. These range from a one-bedroom listed for $1.995 million to a four-bedroom penthouse listed for $10.185 million. At an average price of $2,948 per square foot, 40 Bleecker Street soars above the Noho average of $1,744 per square foot (per CityRealty data).
40-Bleecker-Street-5 North-facing views (CityRealty)
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