Another penthouse on boffo Bond Street is gone.
In 2007, Adam Gordon bought the old Bouwerie Lane Theatre, that beautiful white cast-iron building at the corner of Bond and the Bowery, and reinvented it as a condo. Then, last month, The Observer broke the news that three of its four homes had been sold, and only the Read More
–It’s been quite a show, starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Hugh Grant and Gerard Butler, but it’s almost curtains at the Bouwerie Lane Theater. Except for the $14.5 million penthouse, everything in the condo conversion at 54 Bond Street has been sold.
Two separate buyers have taken the entire third and fourth floors of the building, according to developer Adam Gordon. The third-floor unit, which Read More
The saga of 26 West 76th Street is finally over! On Tuesday afternoon, the seven-story townhouse (including the basement playroom and rooftop glass-enclosed solarium) went to contract to a mystery buyer at the current listing price of $19.5 million.
Bigwig Bond Street developer Adam Gordon enlisted his trusted Sancho Panza architect ally, Steven Harris, to Read More
The only real estate investor who flips vintage local properties outfitted with, say, reflecting ponds and bamboo walls, but who also flips massive thickets of self-storage spaces, and has been called “dreamy” by Gawker, is Adam Gordon. “I told my wife that before we were married,” he said this week about the blog’s compliment. “It Read More
Bond Street may soon be renamed “Condo Row.”
Self-storage king Adam Gordon recently told The Observer he plans to break ground on a nine-story condominium at 41-43 Bond Street later this year. Mr. Gordon’s Adam Gordon Holdings closed on the buildings located at that address earlier this week for $7.7 million, according to city Read More