Spotlight on 10 Sullivan Street
Between Sixth Avenue and Sullivan Street, the 10 Sullivan Street development has garnered attention and has been likened to the Flatiron Building. What struck me first was that all south facing units from the second floor up have unobstructed views towards the World Trade Center. 10 Sullivan Street, at 16 stories, is the tallest residential building in the historical district of SoHo. It has 20 units, including four townhouses and a $45 million penthouse with a pool and fourth-level outdoor space. Residents of the development will enjoy amenities such as a 24-hour doorman, a fitness center, and keyed elevators.
10 Sullivan was jointly developed by Madison Equities and Property Markets Group, who have launched premiere condominium developments in New York City, Florida, South Carolina, Illinois, and the Caribbean. Architect Cary Tamarkin designed the development, which features a brick exterior and large industrial-style windows. Its unique shape is informed by the triangle-shaped lot it sits on, created when Sixth Avenue was extended from Carmine Street to Canal Street in the 1920s. The prow of the main building points down Sixth Avenue.
Situated at the western boundary of SoHo, 10 Sullivan borders the up-and-coming neighborhood of Hudson Square. This formerly sleepy neighborhood houses trendy eateries like Westville, Dig Inn, and ‘Essen. In SoHo proper, there are plenty of boutiques, art galleries, and independent movie theaters like the Angelika Film Center, and Film Forum.
Only five units remain available within the development, which is set to open later this year or early next year. Units are an average of $3,835 per ft². Please let me know if you would like more information about the remaining units.