The yet incomplete addition of Annabelle Selldorf's 10 Bond Street to the starchitecture-lined corridor is already at home ahead of its early 2015 completion: four of the building's 11 homes are already in contract, and the building's neighbors are lauding its form. Such, they say, is the triumph of Selldorf's design of undulating hand-cast terra-cotta steel panels and many large windows. Selldorf has her hand in designing both the building's exterior and interiors, which will house one townhouse, one penthouse, and nine two- and three-bedroom homes, starting at $4.55 million. The building is developed by the trifecta of SK Development, Ironstate Development, and the Chetrit Group, and is, according to Corcoran Sunshine broker Elizabeth Unger, a "new kid on the block, and one of the last kids on the block." And that's literal. It joins the ranks of Herzog & de Meuron's antithetical 40 Bond Street and BKSK's 25 Bond Street.