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22 Bond’s bearers
22 Bond Street, which spans the block to Great Jones and features a distinctive corten steel facade and a landscaped interior garden, has had an eventful decade. It was originally conceived as a hotel project before the transition to lux condos, followed by a struggle to find buyers, and a few spins of broker roulette.
Last week, two of the six units went into contract, including PH1, a 3744 SF duplex last listed for $11.995M. The other, unit 2/3, is also a duplex, with an upper-level master and double-height ceilings. The 12-story Noho building sits on a classic cobblestone block, once home to artists and now a row of luxury buildings. Maybe the developers misread the landscape. Or maybe it was just price: both listings saw seven-figure price chops this year.
NYC REAL ESTATE LINKS: Manhattan sales prices stabilizing amid high interest rates • But Manhattan market could be tipping in buyers’ favor • NYC real estate is luring back international buyers • A Paul Rudolph modernist classic in Midtown might get landmarked • Surf’s up at the West Village’s new beach.
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