Location: Borough of Manhattan, New York City
Located in the center of Manhattan’s NoHo (North of Houston Street) Historic District, 41 Bond is an example of commitment to modern yet contextual design and high-quality construction within New York City’s landmarked neighborhoods. It is also the only new development on the famed Bond Street block to be fully composed of floor-through homes. Occupying almost 4,800 square feet (446 sq m), the ground-up construction features a facade of handcrafted bluestone native to New York, integrated landscaped window planters and marquee, and 50-foot-long (15 m) great rooms with bluestone fireplaces enclosed by south-facing 11- to 15-foot-high (3.3 to 4.5 m) sliding glass walls. Accessed beyond the walls of glass are 32-foot-long (9.7 m) board formed concrete cantilevered landscaped terraces and private planted gardens.