Great location that's close to Soho, Bowery and Union Square. Cobble stone street adds to the distinctive look. Building has an amazing facade with designer finishes throughout. Close to transportation.
The Not So Good
Most units lack an open view.
The Bottom Line
Amazing property with high end finishes. If you want to be close to everything, but still have privacy, this may be the perfect option for you.
Large, long great rooms with hardwood floors, gourmet Baltaup kitchens with walk-in pantries... who wouldn’t want to live here? Granite countertops in the kitchen and wine coolers pair well with the ten-piece appliance package included with every home at 25 Bond Street. But kitchens are not all that are decked out; bathrooms have marble and limestone tile, soaking tubs, separate showers, double vanities, and heated floors. Each unit has a balcony surrounded by glass, and sliding window walls, allowing for nearly undisturbed views of the street below.
The chic and modern 8-story building is constructed of Jerusalem limestone, asymmetrically layered bronze and glass. From the first steps into the stone and marble lobby, it is clear that luxury is a priority at 25 Bond Street. A private rooftop pool, two parking spaces for each home, stone-walled garden and grill area, fitness center, and a 24-hour concierge and doorman are just a few of the impressive amenities of the building.
Best of all, it’s hidden away in Noho, a small slice of Manhattan. Creatives flock to the energy of the neighborhood, which is populated with theater and cultural centers, vintage shops, independent book and record shops, and casual eateries. Residents also enjoy close proximity to Greenwich Village, Nolita and Soho for even more action.