The LPC has approved architect Morris Adjmi’s design for an office building on a long-vacant site bordered by Lafayette, Bond, and Great Jones streets. The commissioners praised the office building’s design, paving the way for its development.
It seems like Victoria’s Secret angel Gigi Hadid pulled one over on us all. Hadid has been spotted leaving Annabelle Selldorf’s 10 Bond recently, reigniting rumors that she did indeed purchase in the boutique building—and an obvious LLC gives her up.
To commemorate Basquiat and his contributions to Noho’s art scene, the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation and Two Boots Pizza have unveiled a plaque that marks the site of Baquiat’s former home.
A strange triangular-shaped lot along Lafayette Street between Bond and Great Jones streets will remain vacant until Morris Adjmi’s design for the site is approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
This Bond Street penthouse has undergone quite the renovation since it last sold in 2012. The apartment reappeared on the market today sporting a sleek new kitchen and new wallpaper galore. It’s asking $6.2 million.
It’s been a while since Penthouse A at the Schumacher, Morris Adjmi’s conversion of an old printing factory on Bleecker Street, hit the market. Now, the latest tactic to entice buyers: newly staged photos of the penthouse’s terraces.
What was once a flea market is on its way to becoming 1 Great Jones Alley, one of the more unique new developments that's rising in New York City. Take a peek inside the "design gallery" for the pricey, alley-fronting development.
"Carpe diem," says the listing for this more than 15,000-square-foot triplex penthouse atop the Carl Fischer building. Of course, seizing the day doesn't come cheap: the eight-bedroom apartment is asking $29.5 million.
Well that was quick. Just four months after it hit the market, the 11 rentals at Morris Adjmi's Noho building are all spoken for. It's Annabelle Selldorf-designed neighbor also has something to celebrate.