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22 Bond Street's Bond Street gate (CityRealty) 22 Bond Street's Bond Street gate (CityRealty)
The long-running saga of 22 Bond Street is nearing its end. Earlier this year, sales launched on the building’s six voluminous condos designed by BKSK Architects. Now, we have our first real look at the interiors via the actively-listed Residence #A.
Priced at a cool $8.95M (down from $9.26M), the 3-bed / 3.5 bath duplex offers “serene, gallery-like spaces” with a suspended sculptural staircase within its double-height living area. Like all homes in the building, ceiling heights range from 10- to 22-feet and walls are reinforced with plywood so that paintings can be hung anywhere. With the artistically-inclined buyer in mind, the model unit is fitted with dark woods, weighted contemporary furniture, and light lustery accents.
 
 
 
 
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The 3,000-square-foot home spans the full second floor and part of the third. The open living, kitchen and dining areas are positioned along the northern, Great Jones end. The circulation core, foyer and powder room are central in the plan and a pair of bedroom suites face south, with a balcony overlooking a garden and Bond Street. The master is perched on its own level, and an en-suite bath is uniquely partitioned off from the sleeping area.
22-Bond-05 Floor plan of Residence #A
Promised as a new modern landmark, the building rises in the heart of the creative warehouse district known as NoHo. With Chuck Close, Basquiat and Warhol all calling the neighborhood home at some point, the team sought to embody the neighborhood’s artistic spirit by commissioning large-scale art pieces throughout the building. As we previously covered, some of the works include a 13-foot sculpture by Federico Uribe called “SuperFly,” that is made from salvaged Jet Ski and boat parts. Another will be a 14-foot sculpture by Roy Nachum made up of hundreds of interconnected gold crowns.
22-Bond-Street-03 Rendering of finished Great Jones facade (BKSK Architects)
22-Bond-05 Landscaped courtyard by Future Green Studio
22 Bond’s developers are the Richport Group and Second Development Services. The site was first conceived as a 14-floor hotel but the bankruptcy of the previous owner allowed the new team to come in and harvest a more contextually-sensitive project. In addition to removing 3 floors of the failed hotel scheme, a new Landmark-approved façade of 18-inch corten steel fins will adorn the Great Jones Street façade. Facing Bond Street is a similarly rusty speakeasy door and private gate house that conceals a 2,500-square-foot atrium/outdoor space designed by Future Green Studio.
22-Bond-Street-04 Double-height great room (Photos via Douglas Elliman)
22-Bond-Street-03 22 Bond as of late July (CItyRealty)
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