Soho’s One Vandam at 180 Sixth Avenue is on the market.
The 14-story, 25-unit building designed by BKSK offers one- to five-bedroom apartments, many with private outdoor space. Pricing for available units starts at $1.73 million for a one-bedroom measuring 836 square feet and goes up to $15 million for a four-bedroom penthouse measuring 3,400 square feet.
Residences are swaddled in glass, stone and natural solid woods for “an invitingly warm and thoroughly considered modernist vision,” according to the official site. Bathrooms have custom-designed wood vanities, heath ceramic tiles and floor-to-ceiling windows, while the open-plan kitchens come with walnut cabinets, steel doors and big windows.
Floorplans here. More about the trio of penthouses:
Penthouse A , clocking in at over 5,200 square feet, has a rooftop terrace with outdoor spa, three wood-burning fireplaces, private elevator and triple-height staircase.
Penthouse B — currently on the market — is a duplex with two terraces and one wood-burning fireplace.
Penthouse C is a full-floor domicile with four exposures, two terraces, five bedrooms, two wood-burning fireplaces, an eat-in kitchen and library.
Also, the penthouse master bathrooms have floating soaking tubs and oxidized maple vanities (see below):
Amenities include a landscaped outdoor terrace, gym with private studio overlooking the rear garden and lounge with catering kitchen. The terrace is essentially 6,400 square feet of “urban garden space” designed by Mathews Nielsen, who has worked on Lincoln Plaza Center and Hudson River State Park.
More renderings below: