Sales begin at Annabelle Selldorf’s 42 Crosby Street, Soho condo with $1M parking spots

Posted On Tue, September 20, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, September 20, 2016 By In Cool Listings, New Developments, Soho, Starchitecture

Sales officially launched today at 42 Crosby Street, Atlas Capital Group’s 50,000-square-foot Soho condominium designed by Annabelle Selldorf of Selldorf Architects. Nine three-bedroom residences and a penthouse at the seven-story luxury residence will start at $8,250,000 (the penthouse is going for $25 million). According to the press release, the building’s design offers “a contemporary interpretation of the Soho neighborhood’s cast iron architecture,” and of course, there’s those $1 million parking spots.

42 Crosby Street Ext Shades

As with Selldorf’s other residential designs such as the innovative 200 11th Avenue, 10 Bond Street in Noho and the interiors at the Urban Glass House at 330 Spring Street, meticulous attention to design details is reflected in the use of materials like stainless steel, brushed aluminum and metal mesh. The design of the façade allows for living spaces with high ceilings, generous open space, exceptionally large windows and sliding doors that open onto private Juliet balconies. The building’s innovative window shade system consists of shades mounted on the building’s exterior that will automatically raise and lower in response to exterior temperature and lighting conditions (tenants will be able to control the shades independently as well).

42 Crosby Street Living Room

42 Crosby Street Dining Room

Residents will enjoy a courtyard with “a fully mature Norway maple tree, which was recently airlifted into its new and final home,” and the building’s lobby will feature terrarium gardens and sculptures by renowned artist Paula Hayes.

42 Crosby Street Parking

The rare automobile-friendly residence offers a porte cochère–complete with a green wall–that will enable residents to access the lobby from a private entrance off the street–ideal for residents who value their privacy. But what about those parking spaces? A 10-space underground parking garage serviced by the vehicle elevator will, in fact, be available to buyers–and as far as we know, they’re still an extra $1 million. Ms. Selldorf also designed the innovative “sky garage” at 200 11th Avenue.

Find listings for42 Crosby Street at CityRealty.com.

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