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Boat-Shaped Condo Building's Prow Points Down Sixth Avenue

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Now that its structure is fully taking shape, there's no doubt about it. Cary Tarmarkin's triangular condo building, wedged between Sixth Avenue and Sullivan Street between Watts and Broome, looks like a boat. Also likened to the Flatiron Building, its oddly shaped lot is well on its way to housing the tallest building in low-rise mecca Soho, clocking in at 16 stories with 19 units. Construction-watcher Field Condition stopped by to document 10 Sullivan Street's rise, and observed that workers have reached the 11th floor, with the concrete superstructure ready to hold the brick facade on its lower levels.

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10 Sullivan Street

10 Sullivan Street, New York, NY 10012