Here we thought 40 Bond Street was one of the greatest building of the past generation. (Maybe that’s not saying much, since this is New York.) But this riotous video from Curbed shows that opinions are far less uniform than the lofty windows on the Herzog & de Meuron-designed, Ian Schrager-built condo project in Noho. The highlight is clearly the angry neighbor who calls the place “a piece of shit” and “Frank Lloyd Wrong.”
What’s an eponymous store to do? Bond No. 9 was looking for a headquarters, but felt, well, bonded to its namesake street.
“They looked on Broadway, they looked on Bleecker,” Prudential Douglas Elliman‘s Faith Hope Consolo told The Observer, but the tenant landed instead in a classic old-world showroom and corporate event space at 42 Read More
“I did this for me and my family,” Ian Schrager told Vanity Fair recently. “After a lifetime of trying to create spaces for everyone else, this is the first time I did it for myself.”
Mr. Schrager, the pioneering boutique hotelier, was referring to his palatial penthouse apartment at 40 Bond Street, an Read More