MASTERPIECE ON BOND STREET
Located on downtown Manhattan’s most prized block, where Soho, Nolita, and Greenwich Village converge, 40 Bond Street, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architects Herzog & de Meuron in collaboration with Ian Schrager, is an extraordinary and iconic landmark masterwork of modern architecture with its molded glass facade inspired by the area's cast iron buildings.
Residence 6A, is a meticulously designed three bedroom, three and one half bathroom home which features a seamless and elegant floor-through plan, with north and south exposures encompassing a classic feel with a modern loft sensibility.
With exceptional 11-ft floor-to-ceiling Schuco windows throughout the home, the grand entry gallery opens up to an impressively scaled 33’ x 22’ entertaining space, combining open living and dining with an abundance of art walls. A modern classic, the pass through kitchen features custom white and Austrian smoked oak cabinetry with glacier white Corian countertops, backsplashes, double basin sinks, a fully integrated Sub Zero refrigerator, and a Miele dishwasher, cooktop and convection oven. A separate library or study, offers a gracious viewing over the townhouse gardens through floor to ceiling glass walls of windows, making for a serene and intimate lounging experience.
Overlooking historic, cobblestoned Bond street, the grand master bedroom suite features beautifully proportioned double walk-in closets and an en-suite bathroom featuring a custom Herzog & de Meuron-designed wet room sculpted out of seamless white Corian with oak cabinetry. The floors throughout are finished in Austrian smoked oak. The well positioned and perfectly proportionate second and third bedrooms also feature en-suite bathrooms with an abundance of closet space and gentle light and quiet views.
A 24-hour doorman and concierge, chic gym and private garden are some of the amenities of this impeccable residence. 40 Bond is a highly sought after residence in Noho: the heart of one of NYC's most vibrant neighborhoods, with unprecedented convenience to a vast variety of retail, fine restaurants, museums, entertainment, transportation, moments from newly renovated Cooper Square Park, and much more.