That was fast. Barely a year after the project was first announced, what was once a car wash at the triangular lot at Sixth Avenue and Sullivan Street is on its way to becoming a Flatiron Building-esque tower o' condos, and a tipster sent along the first floorplans before sales launch (join the club!) within a month. 10 Sullivan, as its called, will be the tallest building in the predominantly low-rise area, rising to 16 stories and housing 19 apartments with four adjacent townhouses. The Wall Street Journal's writeup of how Sixth Avenue's southern extension created lots of funky-shaped parcels of land includes the little detail that asking prices at the Cary Tamarkin-designed building will start at $2.97 million and go up to $45 million for a triplex penthouse. Behold, the floorplan for that penthouse, above and below, showing its indoor pool and a top-most fourth level of outdoor space.
As per our tipster:
Make sure to check out the sales office, which has been quietly open for for a couple months now. It has full buildout of the living room, kitchen, and powder room of the full-floor, simplex layout. It even has the windows with mock views which make you feel like you're in the building! We're looking into where the sales office is, but if you know, give a holler. UPDATE: Ask and ye shall receive. The sales office is located at 134 Spring Street, Suite 204, but you'd best make an appointment via (212) 219-3092 first. Or, for those content to ogle from afar, await the official sales launch, which should come with the first interior renderings.
· New Rendering, Land Use Approval For Tamarkin's Soho Condo [Curbed]
· The 44 New Developments Hitting The Market This Spring [Curbed]
· All 10 Sullivan coverage [Curbed]