Incomparably distinguished, 19 Bond Street is offering its first availability in almost a decade. Residence 2A is reintroduced following a meticulous renovation. Parallel to its vibrant NoHo surroundings, the apartment’s design is modern, eccentric, and effortlessly chic.
At nearly 1400 square feet with soaring 13-foot ceilings, this condo loft is an architectural masterpiece. The open and airy great room is infused with natural light from northern and western exposures. Walls of oversized windows and a Juliet balcony provide optimal views of the neighborhood below. Among other distinct details including exposed brick walls, beamed ceilings, and original columns, the room’s piece de resistance is a Concreteworks East custom wood-burning fireplace.
The avant-garde Bulthaup Model 3 kitchen was the first to be installed in the United States. The sleek, minimalist design features an industrial island with exposed pipes and a Miele cooktop, alongside a Liebherr refrigerator, Miele dishwasher and oven, and compartmentalized storage all cleverly disguised as two large custom cabinets. A Miele washer/dryer is also included.
The spacious and sun flooded west-facing master bedroom offers a wall of custom Poliform closets. The bathroom is outfitted with Duravit fixtures and cabinetry, and a stand-up tiled shower. Above the bathroom is a lofted storage space at just under 5-feet tall.
19 Bond Street is a landmarked prewar boutique condominium, located on perhaps the most famed and sought-after cobblestone street downtown. The ornately detailed and beautiful red brick façade is intrinsic to its NoHo origins. The elevator building offers incredibly low monthlies and a common roof deck. The dynamic neighborhood delivers unsurpassable culinary, art, theater, and fashion scenes. Call or e-mail today for a private viewing.