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Rendering of The Grand Mulberry via Morris Adjmi Architects Rendering of The Grand Mulberry via Morris Adjmi Architects
While historic Little Italy is known for its charming low-rise residences, Nolita has spent the past few years emulating the nearby Soho with a combination of residential conversions and high-end new construction. The latest entrant is The Grand Mulberry, named in honor of its address, 185 Grand Street, on the corner of Mulberry Street. The seven-story building is unquestionably larger than its neighbors, yet contains all the respect for its historic surroundings one has come to expect from a design by Morris Adjmi Architects. A recent site visit saw the brick facade in varying shades of red all the way up, and the majority of the oversized windows are in. As a newly revealed teaser site shows, a sales launch cannot be far off.
185-Grand-Street-02 Penthouse detail via Morris Adjmi Architects
The 20 one- to three-bedroom condos start on the second floor, and permits show that there will be no more than four units per floor. The top-floor penthouse will open up to a private wraparound terrace overlooking historic Little Italy architecture as well as the ever-evolving Lower Manhattan skyline.

An offering plan filed in December 2020 did not list a sellout price, but buyers should be prepared for high prices - CityRealty data indicates that Nolita is one of the city's most expensive neighborhoods to buy a condo, and listings show that the median price of a Nolita condo is $3,495,000, or $1,848 per square foot. The teaser site, though, lists price ranges from $1 million to over $3 million.
Residential amenities will include a bike room, package room, gym, and common roof terrace. However, The Grand Mulberry’s greatest asset may be its address on the corner of Grand and Mulberry Streets. Soho and Nolita shopping, dining, nightlife, and culture are a short walk from the building, and Little Italy’s iconic sidewalk cafes and restaurants are right out the front door. The Canal Street 6, J/Z, and N/Q/R/W trains are three blocks north.
 
 
 
 
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The Italian American Museum was demolished to make way for The Grand Mulberry, but its absence is only temporary: As part of the $14.8 million sale of the site to developers Oved Group and Nexus Building Development Group, the museum will move into a much larger space in the new building rent-free in perpetuity. It will have a separate entrance on Mulberry Street and feature a central atrium with 20’ ceiling, a series of temporary and permanent exhibitions, a 50-seat auditorium, and a gift shop.
 
 
 
 
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