BuzzBuzz Home is positively mooning over the launch of 215 Sullivan Street's full website. It's pretty easy to see why. The former Children's Aid Society building, a lovely Victorian Gothic specimen designed by Central Park co-architect Calvert Vaux, is heavy on the landscaping. The breakdown of the 25 one- to six-bedroom units is as follows: four townhouses, four penthouses, and 17 "lofts." The lofts have floor-to-ceiling windows. All residences share a lush interior courtyard with fountain, while some have their own outdoor space, with the spacious ones attached to the penthouses looking particularly enviable. The townhouses also have private underground garages "for the utmost privacy." Another gem from the marketing babble? "The indoor-outdoor lifestyle is seamless." When sales launchthe next stepasks are expected to range from $3 to $16 million. The newly launched site says availability, exact pricing, and floorplans are coming soon, though we did get a peek at the latter last month.
The developer is Broad Street Development, with Ed Rawlings as the modern-day architect, Eric Cohler as the interior designer, and Edmund Hollander as the landscape architect.
· 215 Sullivan [official]
· With Central Park design realness, 215 Sullivan will make you an outdoorsy believer [BBH]
· Greenwich Village Condo: A Nod to the Past [NYT]
· The First Floorplans For Soho's Children's Aid Society Condos [Curbed]
· All 215 Sullivan Street coverage [Curbed]