It's been a long road for 64 Bayard Street, the cantilevering building on Karl Fisher Row that was first announced six years ago. The building slowly revealed itself over the last year and a half, and now?finally!?it looks like this air and space adventure is just about ready for renters. A teaser website is up, and Halstead has a slew of details about the interiors, plus a few photos (three of which are tiny) of what appears to be?is it true??a model unit! There's no pricing information, but the 52 units will be a mix of studios, one- and two-bedrooms.
The apartments feature white oak floors, which were assembled with "additional consideration" for "acoustical privacy," 9' to 10' ceilings, central heating and air conditioning, tripled paned windows, and Bosch washer/dryers. The kitchens have upper oak cabinets, matt black lower cabinets, and stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher. Shared building amenities include indoor parking, bike storage, and a rooftop deck. The website and brokerbabble also tout the building's location, which is directly across the street from the renovated McCarren Pool.
GreenbergFarrow designed the building, and it's been developed by the
Hudson Companies and Brend Renovation Corporation. The architect's website has a few interior renderings, but they may be outdated because they do not match the finishes description on StreetEasy.
UPDATE: Curbed reported, via StreetEasy, that the Hudson Companies was the developer, but company reps emailed to say that they are not involved with this project. Curbed regrets the error.
· 64 Bayard Street [Halstead Property via StreetEasy]
· 64 Bayard Street [official]
· 64 Bayard Street coverage [Curbed]