Known for her prominent public sculptures and unconventional materials, conceptual artist Teresita Fernández is a master of transformation. And a good thing, too, given that 165 Bond Street, the townhouse she just purchased, could use a major one.
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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
The Post has some bad news for Brooklyn developer Mendy Gorodetsky. He was hoping to
the entire top floor of the BKSK-designed building, just across the street from Ian Schrager and Herzog & DeMuron’s 40 Bond Street. There are six-and-a-half bathrooms, four fireplaces, brass elevators and ample wall space for the art lover. Read More
With most of 54 Bond finally sold, there is not much open real estate on the fabulous cobblestone causeway. That was until a few days ago, when developer Don Capoccia put his three-floor penthouse on the market for $13 million two doors down at 48 Bond Street. The 11-room, 5,000-square-foot condo is Read More
The last decade turned the cobblestoned stretch of Bond Street into a mini-showcase of architectural bling. A decade of flush developers-all vying for an increasingly concentrated yet lucrative high-end clientele-made starchitects of the trade’s edgiest practitioners.
Like the distilled, airy boutiques (Belhaus, United Nude) popping up on Bond, developers became curators of design for the Read More
The Landmarks Preservation Commission is gearing up for a busy (and possibly contentious) public meeting on Tuesday, with proposals on the agenda to designate as many as six landmarks and historic districts, and to hear comments on several more possibilities.
The proposed designations include Webster Hall. The Greenwich Village Society Read More
A year and a half after sales started, almost half the residences at 40 Bond Street have been sold.
Eleven units have closed at Ian Schrager and Aby Rosen’s highly anticipated condominium project, according to city records. The seller on these deals has been listed as 40 Bond Street Partners, LLC, and 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