40 Bleecker Street’s Curtain Wall and Rounded Corners Emerge From The Exterior Scaffolding, in NoHo

40 Bleecker Street. Rendering by Williams New York

40 Bleecker Street‘s detailed curtain wall is finally being unveiled from behind the black netting and scaffolding. The rounded glass and brick corners and subtle appointments between the floor-to ceiling windows can now be appreciated from street level. The façade consists of large windows vertically grouped in two-story pairs among a tight narrow grid across the wide western elevation facing Mulberry Street and the shorter northern profile along Bleecker Street. The 12-story residential building in NoHo is designed by Rawlings Architects and developed by Broad Street Development, and will include a total of 61 one- to five-bedroom units.

Photos show the northern half of 40 Bleecker Street fully exposed. The stepped setbacks atop the main massing also have rounded corners that echo the form of the first nine floors.

40 Bleecker Street. Photo by Michael Young

40 Bleecker Street. Photo by Michael Young

40 Bleecker Street. Photo by Michael Young

40 Bleecker Street. Photo by Michael Young

40 Bleecker Street. Photo by Michael Young

40 Bleecker Street. Photo by Michael Young

40 Bleecker Street. Photo by Michael Young

40 Bleecker Street. Photo by Michael Young

40 Bleecker Street. Photo by Michael Young

Douglas Elliman Development Marketing team, which includes Fredrik Eklund of Million Dollar Listing: New York fame, as well as John Gomes and Sarah Burke, is heading sales and marketing for the residences. Ryan Korban is in charge of the interior designs, while the landscaping of the outdoor terraces and private courtyard is being carried out by Edmund Hollander Design.

The 6 train subway entrance is directly across Mulberry Street, while the Broadway-Lafayette subway station is a very short walk from the address with access to the B, D, F, and M trains. The close proximity of Houston Street, Broadway, and the SoHo and NoHo neighborhoods offers a plethora of retail and dining options for future occupants. The residents on the upper floors will have views of the surrounding district, Midtown, and the Lower Manhattan skyline, as well as abundant daylight exposure year round.

40 Bleecker Street should be finished sometime next year.

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4 Comments on "40 Bleecker Street’s Curtain Wall and Rounded Corners Emerge From The Exterior Scaffolding, in NoHo"

  1. A 1000% improvement over what was there before. Love it.

  2. Great Great Great!

  3. FYI window installation has begun at 430 east 58th st. We have yet to see the updates full rendering.

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