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Construction Watch Road Trip: 10 Bond Street

The ‘boutique’ condo building being clad with Boston Valley Terra Cotta at 10 Bond Street in New York City is nearly complete (previous post here).  It is located in lower Manhattan on what has been called “starchitect” row.  This 11-unit, seven-story building was designed by Annabelle Selldorf and is being developed by SK Development, Ironstate Development and the Chetrit Group at the corner of Bond and Lafayette streets.


Tectonic has the latest photos shown here.

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Streeteasy describes the building:

Situated at the corner of Bond and Lafayette in NoHo, 10 Bond Street is a boutique collection of 11 superlative residences. Designed by Selldorf Architects and winning high praise from the city’s Landmark Preservation Commission, the property is set to become the latest architectural landmark of Bond Street. Entered through a discreet lobby on Bond Street, the building is a thoughtfully composed interplay of terra-cotta, weathered steel, wood, and glass.

The eleven residences include a mix of 2- and 3-bedroom residences, a 3-bedroom Townhouse with private street-level parking, garden terrace and 13’-0” ceilings, and a 3-bedroom Penthouse with impressive proportions, floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors and three distinct landscaped terraces. In addition, residences feature direct elevator access, 10’10″-ceilings in most living areas, open kitchens and modern baths custom designed by Selldorf. Amenities include a fitness center overlooking a sunken garden, bike storage, residential storage units, and a full-time concierge.


Two of the units are still available according to Streeteasy.  A 2,085 sq.ft. two-bedroom on the second floor is listed at $4.325 million and a three-bedroom, 2,775 sq.ft. unit on the fourth floor at $7.1 million (floorplan below).  Sales prices are around $2,500 per sq.ft.


Terra cotta appears to be making a comeback in new construction as a number of new projects in New York City and elsewhere are using it in both low-rise and high-rise construction.

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Written by WCPerspective


Buffalo and development junkie currently exiled in California.

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