The condos at 10 Bond Street have risen fairly quickly, from nothing a year ago to the full frame for the seven-story building today. The gridded concrete shell of Annabelle Selldorf’s 11-unit creation on the corner of Bond and Lafayette is complete and its three-panel windows have been placed. And now, the façade panels have begun to be installed.
So far, just the frame around one set of windows on the Bond Street side has gone up. It appears to be the terra cotta part of the building (it will also feature Corten steel, like at Barclays Center), and it’s turned out to be a bright, fairly light brown color.
The new NoHo building is being developed by a three-way partnership of SK Development, Ironstate Development and the Chetrit Group. It will have ten two- and three-bedroom units and a penthouse, which will be decked out with a trellis-covered terrace.
Both Selldorf’s condos and Morris Adjmi’s a few doors down, at 372 Lafayette Street, are adding to Bond Street’s cluster of contemporary high-design. There’s also Herzog and de Meuron’s shiny green grid at 40 Bond, DDG’s sedate bluestone at No. 41 and BKSK’s irregularly gridded No. 25, faced with Jerusalem limestone.
The condos offered so far – the penthouse hasn’t been listed yet – are asking in the mid- to high-$2,000s per square foot. The cheapest is a $4.55 million third-floor two-bedroom, still on the market; the most expensive, a three-bedroom apartment on the sixth floor listed for $7.75 million, is in contract.
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