Large and airy floorplans. Designer finishes and great neighborhood. The building's facade stands out from the crowd.
The Not So Good
With only 26 units in total, there is a limited amount of turnover in the building.
The Bottom Line
If you are looking for an exceptional property that stands out from the norm, then 40 Bond is it. It is located in a great neighborhood and close to all the best shopping and restaurants New York City has to offer.
Eleven-foot ceilings that evoke loft spaces in each of the 33 homes at 40 Bond are just a small detail that make these residences so appealing. Some units feature wide-planked oak floors, wood-burning and gas fireplaces, along with Italian cabinetry and Corian countertops, while other units include Austrian wood-planked walls and floors in the bathrooms. Penthouse units have the extra touch of a landscaped garden that overlooks the Noho neighborhood, while the townhomes feature private entrances.
The exterior of this modern marvel changes tone during the day, as the light changes. A 140-foot long sculptural gate that is 22 feet high greets residents as they enter, making it clear this is no simple “blah” building. Cast glass windows imported from Barcelona and updated cast-iron creates a dramatic vision. For residents, amenities abound, such as 24-hour access to the amenities provided to guests at the Gramercy Park Hotel, including concierge services. Valet parking, access to David Barton Gyms, housekeeping, personal shopping, child care, pet walking, and messenger services make this a truly luxurious living experience. Landscaped gardens and even custom event planning make the building that much more enticing.
If all of these details aren’t enough, the building is located on a rustic block in Noho, with proximity to theaters, vintage shops, and independent stores and restaurants. Nearby access to everything you would want is unlimited with its close proximity to Nolita, SoHo, Greenwich Village and the East Village.