Sales of three of the 25 one- to- six- bedroom units at the former Children's Aid Society building at 215 Sullivan Street have launched, and the newly stylized floorplans do not disappoint. The three available homes include one of the conversion's four new townhouses, complete with five bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms, and three windowed frontages. The 4,639-square-foot home wants $13.25 million and comes with a private, underground one-car garage. At half the size, a newly-offered 2,362-square-foot three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home is asking $5.75 million. Lastly, a two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom apartment wants $3.525 million for its 1,459 square feet. These prices run the gamut in the building's expected asks between $3 and $16 million. According to 215 Sullivan's official website, each home comes with custom finished white oak flooring, Molteni kitchens, and Carrara marble bathroom floors. Ed Rawlings is the architect and Eric Cohler is the interior designer. Edmund Hollander is responsible for the development's rich landscape architecture.
The Victorian-Gothic style building was designed by Central Park co-designer Calvert Vaux, and is on Sullivan Street between West 3rd and Bleecker streets. No word yet on when the 22 remaining properties will launch.
· Listing: 215 Sullivan [Elliman via StreetEasy]
· 215 Sullivan [official]
· Sullivan Street's Calvert Vaux Condo Conversion Shows Itself [Curbed]