Boutique Noho condo relaunches sales with stylish $8M duplex

Posted On Wed, September 7, 2022 By

Posted On Wed, September 7, 2022 By In condos, Cool Listings, New Developments, Noho

All photos by Allyson Lubow for The Corcoran Group

Six years and one unit sold later, boutique Noho condo 22 Bond Street relaunched sales last month, with a sleek three-bedroom duplex now on the market. Designed by BKSK Architects, the six-unit luxury building first launched sales in 2016 but residences, all of which are three-bedroom duplexes with private outdoor space, have struggled to sell. Asking $8,000,000, the available apartment measures over 2,900 square feet and has a balcony that overlooks the building’s lush multi-level garden.

Inspired by the neighborhood’s creative history, BKSK designed the interiors to feel like an art gallery, with soaring double-height ceilings and lots of wall space to display “prized works of art,” as the listing describes, in the main room. A suspended structural staircase adds another artistic element. The apartment has direct elevator access.

Next to the living area, a spacious and sun-drenched kitchen designed by Smallbone features a huge center island, storage, and Gaggenau appliances. The dining area has enough space for up to 12 guests.

On the opposite end of this level, there are two bedrooms, both with en-suite baths, closet space, and views of the building’s garden space. There is also a utility room with a washer and dryer and a powder room on this floor.

Accessed via the structural staircase, the primary bedroom and its huge bathroom are flooded with light through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Clad in Calacatta marble, the bath features a soaking tub, glass shower, and dual vanity.

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Rendering via BLKHaus and Richport Group

After plans to turn the property into a hotel failed to materialize, developers Richport Group and Second Development Services acquired the site in 2013 and released plans for a new condo tower in 2014. After construction- and financial-related delays, sales launched in 2016, but only one unit has sold so far. In 2019, Jamie Reuben, son of billionaire David Reuben, bought a unit for a discounted $7.8 million, as the New York Post reported at the time.

According to The Real Deal, sales launched again under Douglas Elliman at the building this past April, but last month, The Corcoran Group’s Catherine Juracich took over sales.

[Listing details: 22 Bond Street, 2/3 at CityRealty]

[At The Corcoran Group by Catherine L. Juracich and Thomas Ventura]

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All photos by Allyson Lubow for The Corcoran Group

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