GREENWICH VILLAGE — New real estate is sprouting up all around Spring Street, from a recently-opened hotel that' hosted clientele like Jude Law and Heather Graham, to some of the area's first new "affordable" apartments.
There's 15 Renwick, the steampunk-themed luxury condo building catering to the "rich hipsters" of Hudson Square's burgeoning creative and tech industries. The 11-story building includes swanky penthouses and luxe "townhomes" with private yards.
Townhouses are also part of the development at 10 Sullivan St. by Madison Equities and Property Markets Group:
The 16-story, Flatiron-shaped tower was originally intended to have four adjoining 25-foot-wide townhouses. But the developers of the 20-unit condo opted to leave two of the townhouses unfinished and attached, to be sold as an "empty shell," according to the Daily News.
The penthouse at 10 Sullivan St. was listed for $45 million and features a private swimming pool, the Daily News reported.
At nearby 476 Broome St., the penthouse of the six-story L-shaped building has its own outdoor lap pool, according to the News. The development also goes by 62 Wooster St.
That building, owned by billionaire Jeff Greene, has two ground-floor retail spaces being marketed to fashion companies that could capitalize on the SoHo shopping scene.