Exterior work is moving along on the final floors of 40 Bleecker Street, a 12-story residential building at the corner of Mulberry Street and Bleecker Street in NoHo. Designed by Rawlings Architects and developed by Broad Street Development, the project will contain a total of 61 one- to five-bedroom units with interiors designed by Ryan Korban.
Recent photos show the state of progress on the project, which is nearing completion. The façade of the main massing is finished, and glass railings line the perimeters of most of the tiered upper floors. The scaffolding on the main elevation along Mulberry Street is still up but should be disassembled in the coming months. The building features a contemporary design with a grid of sharp-cornered, protruding window frames and smooth, rounded corners. The warm-colored brick curtain wall glows in the golden hour light and contrasts with the black metal accenting.
Sales and marketing for the residences are being led by Fredrik Eklund of Million Dollar Listing: New York fame, as well as John Gomes and Sarah Burke of Douglas Elliman Development Marketing. Edmund Hollander Design is carrying out the landscaping for the private outdoor terraces and 5,600-square-foot rear courtyard. Amenities include an indoor 58-foot-long swimming pool, an exercise room with a stretching studio, white-glove concierge service with a live-in superintendent, bicycle storage, and a limited number of subterranean parking spaces.
The closest subway is the 6 train directly across Mulberry Street, while the B, D, F, and M trains are also nearby at the Broadway-Lafayette station. The property sits among a number of large retail outlets and dining establishments, as well as architectural gems such as the Bayard-Condict Building, where the ground-floor sales gallery is located. Residents on the upper floors will have views over NoHo of Midtown and Lower Manhattan.
40 Bleecker Street will likely finish sometime before the end of the year.
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Thanks to Michael Young:It’s beautiful design on beautiful structure, so no have bad comments. I was judged it because of window frames.
No curved glass guardrails for the terraces? Dissapointing! The renderings showed curved.
That really bugged me when I saw it , curved glass windows but angled guardrails as you say. It’s a stunning building but this lack of attention to detail lets it down.