Name: 42 Crosby
Address: 42 Crosby Street
Developer: Atlas Capital Group and Square Mile Capital
Architect: Selldorf Architects
Size: seven floors, 10 apartments
Prices: from $8.25 million
Sales and Marketing: Core
Annabelle Selldorf’s überluxury condos at 42 Crosby Street have been in the works for some time now, but as the development—known for its $1 million parking spots, a New York City status symbol if ever there was one—gets closer to finishing, its apartments are finally on the market, with condos launching sales this morning.
The building will have 10 units, with nine of those being three-bedroom apartments (two per floor), and one super-deluxe penthouse topping the structure. There are two types of apartments: one with a large, open-concept floor plan, and one that has a smaller study (or another bedroom) just off of the common area. Both have the same luxe finishes throughout—terrazzo, Boffi kitchens, marble-covered bathrooms, etc.—along with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer views of the neighborhood.
Amenities include those private parking spaces (10 total are available, and they’re not included in the price of each apartment), which are accessed via a porte-cochere—not something you see every day in Soho. There’s also an interior courtyard with landscaping (including an enormous maple tree) as well as terrariums and other sculptural pieces by Paula Hayes.
As you can probably guess, the apartments won’t come cheap—this has the imprimatur of a starchitect, after all—with the smallest residence, a three-bedroom, starting at $8.25 million. The top-floor penthouse will go for $25 million, which is actually … not unreasonable, by the standards of luxury living these days.