In the shadow of Property Market Group’s bricky condominium at 10 Sullivan Place, P. Zaccaro Co., Inc. (PZCo) is putting the finishing touches on their ground-up, seven-story rental building at 75 Sullivan Street. In case you couldn’t tell by the title, this is NOT an affordable housing story. Rather, it presents a rare opportunity to rent in a newly-constructed building in Soho, which for the most part has mainly built very high-end condo buildings and boutique office spaces in recent years.
Five listings hit the market this week ranging from an $8,500 per month one-bedroom unit on the seventh floor to an $19,000/mo full-floor, three-bedroom penthouse. The lowest priced unit, Apartment 7S, is a large one-bedroom apartment with 966 square feet of space. Most notable are its two outdoor areas, an east facing 315-square-foot terrace, and a west-facing 23-foot wide balcony overlooking lightly trafficked Sullivan Street. The unit also comes equipped with a small, light-filled study/home office, an open kitchen, white oak floors throughout, and a walk-in closet.
On the other end of the spectrum is the three-bedroom, 2,000-square-foot penthouse on the building’s eighth floor. The home features an enormous floor-through living and dining area with direct access to a 22-foot by 14-foot terrace. Private bedroom spaces are located south of the building core and a nearly 600-square-foot private roof deck crowns the apartment offering far-reaching views over the low-rise neighborhood. Like all the building’s residences, the unit will have direct elevator access, east and west floor-through exposures, high-end appliances including dishwashers and washers/dryers.
The 26,000 square-foot building is situated mid-block between Broome and Spring streets. Designed by Bialosky + Partners, the eight-story building will contain 12 apartments and the first three floors will house the Soho campus of the Montessori School’s early childhood learning program. The building’s public face is clad in tan masonry panels with a rhythm of single and paired windows moving across the facade. Throughout most of the exterior, windows are framed in two story groupings, minimizing the scale of the building, though this and its flat facade appear discordant with the block’s fire-escape fronted buildings.
Looking south down Sullivan Street. One WTC straight ahead, PMG’s 10 Sullivan Place and its accompanying townhouses to the right (notice the tower’s recently installed clock), and 75 Sullivan behind the temporary porta-potties on the east side of the street.
For more information and to view current and upcoming listings in 75 Sullivan Street, visit CityRealty.
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