Name & Location: 45 Great Jones Street
Developer: Joseph Lauto, Anthony Lauto, and Don Capoccia
Architect: Richard Metsky of Beyer Blinder Belle
Sales & Marketing: Great Jones Realty
Size: Seven stories, five units
Price: $2.875 million +
The Noho block bound by Great Jones Street, the Bowery, Bond Street, and Lafayette Street is packed with luxury condosit's home to 40 Bond, 48 Bond, 50 Bond, 54 Bond, 37 Great Jones Street, the in-progress 25 Great Jones Streetand now 45 Great Jones Street is ready to join the club. The boutique development recently listed its first of five units, a 1,579-square-foot, full-floor two-bedroom asking $2.875 million. EV Grieve snapped a few photos of the site's marketing signage, which proclaims the building to be "an opportunity to write the next chapter."
The listing for the available unit touts the "loft-style interiors" and caters to art collectors:
The airy loft-style interiors featuring 9" solid white-oak floors and refined finishes throughout, are flooded with natural light from the traditional large-scaled windows, framed in custom millwork. Collectors will rejoice at the expansive wall areas, 10' high ceiling heights, and custom-designed LED lighting in recessed coves, allowing the ideal presentation for one's art collection.In addition to art-appropriate walls, the units have the standard finishes for new condo buildings, including Calacatta marble in the bathrooms and kitchens, soaking tubs, and mirrors that defog themselves. The building was originally home to the Great Jones Lumber Corp., and the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved the conversion and addition plans in 2012. According to the website and signage, the units will be ready for occupancy "circa 2015."
· 45 Great Jones Street [official]
· Condos at 45 Great Jones wooing art collectors and people who dislike foggy bathroom mirrors [EVG]
· Beyer Blinder Belle's 45 Great Jones starts sales in NoHo [BBH]
· 45 Great Jones Street coverage [Curbed]