High-End Condo at 40 Bleecker Street Hits 2-Story Height

Posted on: October 19th, 2018 at 5:07 am by

One year after its speedy demolition, time for a progress report on 40 Bleecker Street, soon to sprout more luxury living.

The project site, situated at the corner of Mulberry, is sporting some heft. The superstructure recently achieved a height of two stories. And counting.

As previously reported, this next chapter in the life of 40 Bleecker Street is a 12-story condo project helmed by Broad Street Development. The developer purchased the corner property for a whopping $178.5 million back in 2015. The building boasts 61 one- to three- bedroom units, and the penthouse is considered NoHo’s most expensive condo at $10 million. Other amenities include private parking and a swimming pool.

Apartments start at under $2 million, and, according to StreetEasy, two dozen sold with another nineteen under contract.

Photo: Williams New York

The forthcoming 40 Bleecker joins a well-endowed class of new one-percent constructions in the now-unrecognizable NoHo – Annabelle Selldorf’s 10 Bond, Morris Adjmi’s 11 Great Jones Street, Herzog & de Meuron’s 40 Bond Street, and the under-construction 1 Great Jones Alley.

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