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Nolita condos designed by Lenny Kravitz launch sales

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The rock ‘n’ roll icon’s design firm is behind 75 Kenmare’s interiors

It’s official: You can now own an apartment that was designed by Lenny Kravitz—assuming you have at least $1.695 million to spend on a place, anyway. Sales are now on at 75 Kenmare, featuring interiors from the rock & roll icon’s boutique design firm, Kravitz Design, with six of the condo’s 38 units up for grabs. (Listings are up on StreetEasy as of right now.)

The building itself, designed by Andre Kikoski Architects, will rise on the site of a former parking garage at the corner of Kenmare and Mulberry streets. Developer DHA Capital purchased the site back in 2015 for $50 million, and Kravitz was brought on in 2016 to give the place a “layered environment” that’s inspired by Nolita’s “eccentric Downtown vibe” (his words, not ours).

Kravitz’s involvement with this particular project is no accident; at a party at the development’s sales gallery, the team marketing the condos (superbrokers Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes, naturally) noted that the rocker lives in Nolita. Indeed, a guide to the neighborhood curated by Kravitz was one of the promotional items up for grabs at the event. (Also of note: two of the building’s apartments are already in contract.)

As for the apartments themselves, they’ll be one- to four-bedrooms, many of which have unique floorplans—you can see those below. The available units range from a 601-square-foot one-bedroom (with a private terrace) that’s asking just about $1.7 million, to a nearly 1,800-square-foot three-bedroom corner unit, asking $5.9 million. The apartments have a muted, neutral palette of creams, browns, and bronzes, with predictably luxe materials—Calacatta marble, titanium Travertine, Pompeii Basalt stone floors, you get the idea—used throughout.

The building’s amenities, meanwhile, include a fitness center, a communal roof terrace, a 24-hour lobby, and—fittingly, considering the site’s former location—underground parking for its residents.

Check out the floorplans below:

UPDATE: The folks running the show have finally released their iron grip on renderings. Check out the first images of the building that aren’t just the facade.