Situated in a historic neighborhood on a charming cobblestone block, this stunning 3-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom loft spans 2,637 square feet. Designed by the world-renowned, Pritzker prize-winning team of Herzog & de Meuron in collaboration with Ian Schrager, the building 40 Bond has become an important architectural icon in New York. Enhanced with the finest European craftsmanship, this exquisitely-designed home has a versatile layout with flowing open spaces and grand proportions. Bathed in extraordinary natural light, the home features 11-foot ceilings, wide-plank Austrian oak flooring, expansive art-walls, central-air conditioning, floor-to-ceiling cast glass windows made in Barcelona and custom fittings designed by the architects. A dramatic 29-foot gallery leads to an impressive 33-foot Great Room with 3 floor-to-ceiling windows facing South over Bond Street, offering lovely cityscape views. On the Northern wing of the entertaining expanse, there is a Dining Room/Family Room that overlooks beautiful lush and tranquil gardens. The pristine kitchen has custom Austrian smoked oak cabinetry with glacier white Corian countertops, backsplashes, double basin sinks, a fully-integrated Sub Zero refrigerator and a Miele dishwasher, cooktop and convection oven. A peaceful oasis, the sumptuous master suite has a private study/office and features massive walk-in closet and an en-suite bathroom featuring a custom wet room sculpted out of seamless white Corian with oak cabinetry. The well-proportioned second and third bedrooms also feature en-suite bathrooms with an abundance of closet space. A laundry room, large utility closet and powder room complete the layout. Built in 2007, this full-service condominium became an instant landmark masterpiece of modern architecture. 40 Bond is a unique interpretation of the neighborhood's historic cast iron architecture featuring a facade of curved green glass, blackened copper and a signature "graffiti " patterned gate. On-site amenities include a 24-hour doorman and concierge service, a health club, private garden and live-in Resident Manager. Located in the heart of Noho (short for North of Houston Street), this unique enclave is known for its striking architectural design and rich history. Recognized by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission as a historic district, many of the neighborhood's structures date back to the 1800s, when the area was one of the city's major commercial and manufacturing centers. NoHo contains early 19th-century houses, cast iron industrial buildings, commercial lofts and warehouses. Today, this vibrant neighborhood is one of Manhattan's most coveted locations; offering some of the city's best restaurants, art galleries, cultural centers and specialty boutiques. Nearby Greenwich Village, Soho, Nolita and the East Village.