Just three weeks after sales launched, the developer behind Noho’s 40 Bleecker condo building, Broad Street Development, has revealed that two of its six penthouses have already gone into contract. Penthouse A was asking $10.185 million, and penthouse B was asking $6.6 million at the time that they went into contract. Four other apartments in this 61-unit condo building have also gone into contract since the launch, according to StreetEasy.
As a result of this quick success, Broad Street has brought a third penthouse to the market, and that news is accompanied two new renderings of the building’s penthouse collection: the wedding cake-style tiered terraces, and one of the penthouse’s master bathroom.
The penthouse now listed on the market, Penthouse C, measures 2,855 square feet, and has four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. In addition, the penthouse also has 234 square feet of outdoor space, and it’s asking $10.185 million—the most expensive apartment for sale in the neighborhood at the moment.
Some of the standout features of the penthouse include the high ceilings, the wall of windows, and the marble vanities in the master bath that were custom designed by Ryan Korban.
The 12-story building that this penthouse is a part of was designed by Rawlings Architects with landscaping by Ed Hollander. Construction is currently underway and is scheduled to wrap next year.