Set for completion in 2019 and topping out at 12 stories with 61 residential units, 40 Bleecker looks set to bring a new definition to style in NoHo. Back in 2015, Broad Street Development acquired the two buildings which previously occupied the site. According to The Real Deal, the site was acquired for $178.5 million. Since then, a new building rising in their stead, one that promises to live up to its promises.


Rawlings Architects, which previously worked with Broad Street on the condo conversation at 215 Sullivan Street, were tapped for the design. The finished project, which is set for completion sometime in 2019, will top out at 12 stories with 61 one-five bedroom apartments along with six penthouse units.

The final look is something that provides a modern flair while also tying into the look of the surrounding neighborhood. The main façade of the structure is comprised of tan brick and metal with floor-to-ceiling punched-glass windows. Floors 10-12 incrementally taper upwards which are dedicated exclusively to the six penthouses.

Through the formal entry, the foyer is an expansive 10-foot ceiling which both absorbs and reflects light. The entrance lobby features a luminous stone fireplace with large surrounding windows that bring a delicate balance between light and privacy. From the subtle curve at the northwest corner, residents can look out at stunning views of Manhattan from a rare vantage point in NoHo.

The interiors


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The interiors are no less impressive. Designer Ryan Korban was hired for the job whose previous work includes Alexander Wang’s sleek NoHo loft and showrooms for Balenciaga and Altazurra. This is his first condo project and he hasn’t held back in the luxe materials and maximalist style that usually defines his work.


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Each apartment has a tailor-custom kitchen design by korban which merges refined detail with rich materials. Elegant Italian cerused oak cabinetry with fluted bronze-hued glass contrast beautifully with the kitchens Brustalist-inspired features.  In reference to his design, Korban stated “Masculine contrasts with feminine, traditional with modern, soft with brutalist.  40 Bleecker is a new way of living and sets the tone for the future of design and development downtown.”


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First-class amenities and services include a 58-foot pool, basement storage, fitness center, on-site parking, laundry room, and an outdoor entertainment space. Broad Street also tapped Edmund Hollander of Hollander Design to create a landscaped garden. The garden will feature sustainable greenery, reflecting pools, Zen waterfalls, as well as private group seating.


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There are currently six units available. All ranging in size from seven rooms to three rooms and ranging in price from $1,775,000 to $6,130,000.  More units are expected to become available as construction continues.


40 Bleecker sits in an area of NoHo that has seen a lot of luxury activity in the last few years. The area around Lafayette Street is home to Annabelle Selldorf’s 10 Bond, Morris Adjmi’s 11 Great Jones Street, Herzog & de Meuron’s 40 Bond Street. 40 Bleecker occupies the corner of Bleecker and Mulberry streets, right next to another luxe NoHo condo, the Schumacher.

The area features plenty of restaurants, arts and entertainment centers, health and recreation centers and nearby subway stations. 40 Bleecker isn’t just a beautiful building, it’s a place you can feel at home. With all the latest modern amenities and local conveniences, 40 Bleecker is set to be one of the top luxe condos in NoHo.

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