Once an outpost of the Children's Aid Society, the landmarked Victorian-Gothic building at 215 Sullivan Street is set to be converted into 25 condos, with their prices ranging from $3 to over $16 million. A tipster just sent along the construction code determination filing from the Department of Buildings (PDF below), which includes plans (blueprints, almost) that reveal the layout of the homes on the cellar, first, and second levels... if you can decipher them amid the archi-scribbles. (The project will eventually be seven stories.) Luckily, our tipster discerned the following details:
These are the four townhouses which appear to be 2 four-bedroom and 2 five-bedroom townhouses (I understand they are challenging to read if you do not regularly work with them). The townhouses have interior square footages of 5,758 sf; 4,580 sf; 4,184 sf; and 5,470 sf. They are all duplexes with open kitchens and private terraces. Each unit has a street entrance and each lower level is slightly below the entrance level. It also looks like the elevators either open into the apartments or are personal elevators in each unit. Rooms are large. Powder rooms and en suite bathrooms per bedroom. Master bathrooms are huge. Lots of closets! Leave any other information you can glean in the comments below or send it our way.
Click to enlarge all of the plans. The cellar level:
The first floor:
The second floor:
The official word from the teaser site: "[T]his beautifully appointed seven-story condominium offers 25 residences of one-to-four bedrooms, including four penthouses, four townhomes each with a private, direct-entry garage, and 17 spacious lofts. ... For residents at 215 Sullivan, the indoor-outdoor lifestyle is seamless: entry is through a lush garden courtyard, and select units boast their own private gardens or rooftop terraces. Interiors are richly outfitted with features like custom-finished white-oak flooring, Molteni kitchens, and Carrara marble bathroom floors." Ed Rawlings is the architect, Eric Cohler the interior designer, and Edmund Hollander is the landscape architect.
Here's the whole filing, in PDF form:
· 215 Sullivan Street [official]
· Condos In Former Children's Aid Society Will Start At $3M [official]
· All 215 Sullivan Street coverage [Curbed]