Rendering: Madison Equities and Property Markets Group
Soho condo project 10 Sullivan Street has gotten the OK from the city Board of Standards & Appeals.
The BSA unanimously approved the 204-foot-tall design by architect Cary Tamarkin. Developers Madison Equities and Property Markets Group will start construction this month, The Real Deal reported.
The flatiron-shaped development at 10 Sullivan (also known as 120 Sixth Avenue) will consist of a 16-story condominium building with four adjoining 25-foot-wide townhouse. The project needed a variance, since the site — currently a car-wash — is zoned for commercial and industrial use.
Located on a triangular lot on Sullivan Street, the development flaunts a facade of corbelled black and blonde Norman brick, with large industrial windows. The building’s south side will be defined by rounded glass windows that allow for panoramic views.
Sales are expected to launch in the first quarter of 2014.