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The First Real Photos Inside Annabelle Selldorf's 10 Bond St.

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Prolific New York starchitect Annabelle Selldorf has wanted to fill the vacant lot on the corner of Bond and Lafayette streets with an apartment building since 2012, and the dream has almost become reality. 10 Bond Street, her stylish creation of terra cotta and steel that houses just 11 fancy co-ops, is nearly complete, with closings slated to start in July. (Of seven apartments on the open market, ranging from $4.3 to $7.8 million, five are in contract.) Yesterday developers SK Development, Ironstate Development, and the Chetrit Group released images of apartment 4E, which is the first unit to be built out and furnished. The sales gallery is elaborate, of course, but now we're inside the building—off you go, mere renderings. The model is asking $7.1 million, and watch for the penthouse and townhouse portions of the project will list soon.

· 10 Bond [official]
· Listings: 10 Bond Street [StreetEasy]
· Step inside the brand new, Selldorf-designed 10 Bond Street [TRD]
· Selldorf-Designed Number 10 To Join Bond St. Starchitect Club [Curbed]
· First Units in Selldorf-Designed 10 Bond Street Hit the Market [Curbed]
· Previewing Annabelle Selldorf's Organic Addition to Bond Street [Curbed]
· Selldorf's 10 Bond Street Gets Its Copper-Colored Terra Cotta [Curbed]
· All 10 Bond coverage [Curbed]

10 Bond Street

10 Bond Street, New York, NY