Located in Noho at 40 Bond Street, this new construction condominium, built in 2007, was designed by Herzog & de Meuron: the same architectural firm that built the Tate Modern Museum in London and the Birds' Nest (or main stadium) of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. This luxury New York City apartment complex houses 27 unique apartments for sale and five townhouses. The glass facade of 40 Bond brings life to this Manhattan condominium by capturing and transforming light; its structural elements are wrapped in cast glass. One of 40 Bond's most breathtaking features is a 22-foot high, 140-foot long sculptural gate that separates the private townhouse gardens from the street. This spectacular feature was inspired by New York street graffiti. 40 Bond epitomizes modern, beauty, life, and harmony all in one.
Many of 40 Bond's 27 apartments for sale have their own terraces. They have 11-foot high ceilings and let in light and air with 180 degrees north and south exposures. Noho is famous for its loft style of living and these Manhattan apartments bring loft living to the next level. Apartments are decked with high ceilings, fully functioning floor-to-ceiling windows, over-sized closets, and wide-planked oak floors. Many of these New York City apartments for sale also offer dual gas and wood-burning fireplaces. These luxury kitchens are spacious and full of Herzog & de Meuron custom features, including work islands of Austrian imported smoked oak, high gloss lacquer Italian cabinets, pantry units by Varenna, custom designed glacier white Corian countertops, backsplashes and double basin sinks. They are filled with Miele kitchen appliances as well. Bathrooms have Austrian smoked oak walls and floors, deep tubs, and custom-designed wet rooms. Some of these bathrooms overlook the private landscaped gardens.
Home to the newest townhouses built in downtown New York in generations, 40 Bond's five townhouses live behind its sculptural gate. These townhouses for sale are perfect for New Yorkers looking for privacy and independence. These triplex, three-bedroom homes have their own entrances onto Bond Street with front gardens. They are decorated in the back with their own landscaped gardens, wooden decks, and fittings for outdoor kitchens. Sliding glass doors from the kitchen/family room allow for easy access between indoor/outdoor spaces. These townhouses have high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling fully operable windows, dual wood-burning and gas fireplaces, and sculptural curving staircases. Unlike other Manhattan living quarters, the townhouses at 40 Bond offer a curved and harmonic design and feel.
40 Bond is full of amenities, including concierge service, housekeeping and room service. The staff will handle day-to-day needs such as flowers, grocery shopping, and dry-cleaning, babysitting, and pet care. They will even arrange for renovations or assist with party planning. Residents have access to the Gramercy Park hotels services, including private landscaped gardens, gym facilities, and events available to hotel guests. They have access to the fitness center and personal trainers, massage and spa services, meeting rooms and the business center. 40 Bond offers its residents all of these amenities and more. Residents of this Noho condominium and townhouses have the privilege of living in a building designed by an architectural firm that is famous around the world. They have access to the best amenities and some of the most beautiful apartments for sale that New York City can offer.