22 Bond Street

Art and architectural excellence meet residential project in this six unit development from Richport Group LLC. Is a, it’s an urban oasis designed to maximize space and light. All centered around a central garden oasis.
For a space that put art first while being a work of art in itself, look no further than the ultra-deluxe 22 Bond Street.

Architecture

 

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22 Bond Street is a collaboration between multiple firms and design shops from all over the country. BKSK Architects is the Architect of Record, and as such, they took the lead on turning 22 Bond Street into the building it was always meant to be. Relying on the colors of corten steel, buff limestone, and charred wood as a guide, 22 Bond Street is a work of industrial refinement. Incorporating the form of an earlier townhouse and exposed beams into the design, the team focused on creating something that was modern without feeling out of touch with its neighbors.

Residences

 
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The six residences are among the finest in the city, each one a work of art in and of itself, and each one with 10-22 foot ceilings, so artwork can be hung anywhere that suits the owners.
 
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And of course, with such a landmark building comes a host of luxury details beyond high walls and plenty of open light. Every Unit is a 3-bed unit, each one includes a balcony, and penthouse units have several terraces to relax on.
 
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The kitchens (where the double height ceilings continue) are produced by Smallbone of Devizes, with custom millwork and complete with Gaggenau appliances. The bathrooms continue the same custom vein, with matte finish Krion Solid Surface Soaking tubs and showers by Procelanosa.
Powder rooms and secondary bathrooms are equally opulent, with Laguna blue tile for the walls and floor from Concrete Collaborative in the former and Mosa satin showers in the latter.
Some units include 3Form Chroma White Out suspended staircases, and all units have oak tongue and groove wood flooring throughout, as well as plenty of floor to ceiling windows to open out the otherwise narrow space.

Amenities

The common spaces and amenities are what turn 22 Bond from any other condo development into something truly unique. Committed to the long history of Bond Street as an artistic haven, the common spaces are already slotted to display stunning works of art, including Federico Uribe’s “SuperFly”, a Roy Nachum piece specifically commissioned for the site, a poetry installation, and an installation titled Rise and Set in the elevator.
 

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Other amenities include beautiful urban garden, designed to incorporate steel and stone and merge the modern design to the streetscape, designed by Future Green Studio. In the lobby, the walls are made of cypress and burned in the Japanese style of Shou sugi ban. There’s also a full-time concierge and a roof deck.

Availability

Of the six units, there are reports of only two currently being available. Unit A, on the second floor, is a 3-bed 3.5 bath, 2,900 square feet apartment with a private, south-facing balcony. Currently, the unit is priced at $8.975 million, bring the price to a little over $3,000 per square foot.
The second unit is unit D for $11.88 million. Spread over two floors and one fo the only units with the floating staircases, it too boasts three bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Each of the floors has its own balcony for a total square footage of 3,358, bring the cost per square foot to a shade over $3,500.

Neighborhood

22 Bond is in the NoHo district, traditionally a high-end destination for wealthy New Yorkers turned into manufacturing and textile hub in the 1900s (giving it plenty of beautifully converted warehouses and loft spaces). It experienced an artistic revival in the 1960s and 70s. Artists like Cy Twombly, Robert Mapplethorpe, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Chuck Close all called Bond Street home during this time.
Today, the neighborhood has recently received landmark designation. This profoundly artistic history is what drove 22 Bond to become a condo for an art-focused resident – it’s what unites it to the neighborhood, and what brings the neighborhood into the building.
And with fast and easy access to everything from great cafes to Michelin star restaurants, the area has once again become a destination for New Yorkers who are in the know.
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