40 Bleecker Street’s Brick Curtain Wall Discreetly Rising Behind Scaffolding in NoHo

40 Bleecker Street. Rendering by Williams New York

Installation of 40 Bleecker Street‘s warm-colored brick façade has begun behind the black construction netting and scaffolding that cover the NoHo property. Designed by Rawlings Architects and developed by Broad Street Development, the 12-story residential building topped out in early 2019. Ryan Korban is the interior designer of the development’s 61 units, and Edmund Hollander Design is the landscape architect. A mix of one- to five-bedroom homes will come with the project. Fredrik Eklund of Bravo TV show Million Dollar Listing New York, John Gomes, and Sarah Burke are on the Douglas Elliman Development Marketing team in charge of sales and marketing.

New photos reveal the envelope showing through the netting in the afternoon sun.

40 Bleecker Street. Photo by Michael Young

Looking up the main western elevation. Photo by Michael Young

The curved glass is visible on the northern corner of the building. Photo by Michael Young

The northern corner. Photo by Michael Young

The brick and glass curtain wall seen through the black netting. Photo by Michael Young

Six penthouses will sit on the upper levels of the structure, each with its own private outdoor terrace. These areas form the stepped design of the top floors.

The outdoor terraces seen on the model at the sales gallery. Photo by Michael Young

Amenities for 40 Bleecker Street will include an indoor 58-foot-long swimming pool, an exercise room with a stretching studio, bicycle storage, a limited number of underground parking spaces, and concierge service with a live-in superintendent. There will also be a private, 5,600-square-foot outdoor green space for residents, designed with reflecting pools, chevron-tiled pathways, and Zen waterfalls.

Completion of 40 Bleecker Street is expected by the end of 2019.

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2 Comments on "40 Bleecker Street’s Brick Curtain Wall Discreetly Rising Behind Scaffolding in NoHo"

  1. What a handsome an appropriate addition to the neighborhood- love it.

  2. Wow ! Stunning Architecture. A Visually Pleasing Building Design.

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