Just pointing out some activity at 25 Great Jones/22 Bond St., a long-dormant site that saw a handful of concepts (hotel!) and ownership partners through the years.
Now, though, the project has new life as a 6-unit condo, as The Commercial Observer reported back in the spring. (The building is officially 22 Bond Street, though it's also known as 25 Great Jones since the property extends through the block.)
Here are details via the Observer to refresh your memory:
BKSK Architects designed the exterior and TKA Studio is designing the interiors. The façade will be made of glass and Corten steel, or weathering steel, the same material that was used for the exterior of Barclays Center. The Lafayette-facing side will be painted with a huge abstract mural by artist José Parlá.
The rendering on the plywood points to a September 2015 completion.
Updated 8:28 a.m.
Thanks to a reader who passed along a link to a post on The Real Deal that reveals the pricing:
All told, the building at 22 Bond Street/25 Great Jones Street in NoHo will have six duplex units ranging in price from $9.26 million to $19.88 million ...
Pricing starts at $3,200 — a foot.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Your chance to buy a boutique hotel on Great Jones
25 Great Jones St. returns to the land of undead developments
This post is confusing. Why did you include photos of the tall structure on the corner with a story about the 6-story structure on Bond/Great Jones?
Per the post:
"The building is officially 22 Bond Street, though it's also known as 25 Great Jones since the property extends through the block."
There isn't any mention of a 6-story building... it is a 6 condo-unit building.
$3,200/ sq ft is just so scary. How can the high end condo market keep pushing it higher so rapidly over last handful of years. Seems irresponsible and if the market craps out its not just the developers losing money, these wild condo prices sadly ripple effect on increasing surrounding co-op prices where the real new yorkers are and want to live.
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