Renderings via Corcoran
The triplex penthouse is out at 10 Sullivan Street, with a $45 million asking price as promised.
The 16-story, Flatiron-shaped building is part of a 23-unit project by Madison Equities and Property Markets Group. Cary Tamarkin is designing the entire development, which consists of 19 condos at 10 Sullivan and four single-family townhouses at 20 Sullivan (more on that later).
But back to the penthouse: clocking in at 8,360 square feet, six bedrooms and 7.5 baths, the elegantly tapered spread will be the highest residence in Soho. The tri-level pad has its own private skylit indoor pool with waterfall, interior elevator, glass-enclosed great room with 23′ ceiling, library, eat-in kitchen, his-and-hers walk-in-closets, two wraparound terraces and private roof deck. Rendering below of the interior pool:
About half of the apartments have been sold at 10 Sullivan. The shapely triangular building features rounded glass windows on the southern side, with a facade of corbelled black and blonde Norman brick punctuated by big, industrial-style windows. A clock on the north side of the tower will be a “beacon” for the neighborhood, similar to what Tamarkin did for his High Line project at 508 West 24th Street.
Building amenities include a 24-hour concierge, integrated security systems, keyed elevators, gym, stroller and bicycle storage, private storage and a 10-space parking garage.
Penthouse aside, a new rendering has emerged for the quartet of townhouses rising at 20 Sullivan. The four-story townhouses, all 25 feet wide with an additional English basement and rooftop terrace, first hit the market in June 2014, Curbed reported. Each townhouse is asking $20.795 million. New look below:
The “classically influenced” homes have private internal elevators, 11’7″ ceiling heights, oiled rubbed Danish oak floors, radiant heated flooring, multi-zone air conditioning, gas fireplaces (in living room, dining room, master bedroom and rooftop), and full-floor master bedroom suite, with an honest-to-goodness laundry chute running throughout every house. The townhouse kitchen is decked out with Poliform walnut cabinetry, islands, marble countertops, dumb waiter and appliances by Miele, Sub-Zero and Viking; the master bathroom has Dolomite marble surfaces, freestanding tub, steam shower room, separate Toto water closet and its own terrace. The rooftop garden is also equipped with an outdoor gas grill and wet bar.
The piano nobile (principal floor of a grand house) is located slightly above street level for privacy and better views.
Corcoran Group is handling sales and marketing at 10 and 20 Sullivan.