The eagerly anticipated, Annabelle Selldorf-designed crop o' apartments at 10 Bond Street unleashed themselves onto the market two weeks ago with a few units and floorplans. But here now, check out the first interior shots of the development on Lafayette Street, now that the official site has gone from teaser to fully fleshed out. The nine two- to three-bedrooms, one penthouse, and one townhouse are defined by rather minimalist, Selldorfian high ceilings and tall windows as well as marble counters and bathrooms. Four units are currently on the market, ranging from an in-contract two-bedroom for $5.1M to a $7.75M 3BR.
A rather complicated project, 10 Bond also got the Times treatment in a story that explains how three developersSK Development, Ironstate Development Company and the Chetrit Grouphad to finagle an oddly shaped parcel, a 4/5/6 subway tunnel below, an awkward situation where the land had to be leased rather than bought, and, to top it all off, the Landmarks Preservation Commission, because it's in the Noho historic district. Selldorf eventually wooed the LPC with her design, though, which is made of terra cotta and steel and topped with a vine-covered pergola.
· 10 Bond [official]
· In NoHo: Squeezing In, With Some Creativity [NYT]
· First Units in Selldorf-Designed 10 Bond Street Hit the Market [Curbed]
· All 10 Bond coverage [Curbed]