Discover the first residential building designed by celeb-go-to interior designer Ryan Korban in NoHo’s highly-anticipated 40 Bleecker project. Korban has furnished the first two completed residences in the 12-story building with pieces exclusively from his debut furniture collection with EJ Victor, KORBAN. These residences also act as Ryan Korban’s exclusive New York showroom, creating a total design experience from the designer who has famously worked with Kanye West, James Franco, model Jessica Stam, and fashion houses like Balenciaga, Five Story and Alexander Wang + many more. Discover more after the jump.
Listed for $6.110 million (unit 3B) $4.045 million (unit 3A) respectively, items featured within the homes from the collection include the Pollok Double Pedestal Dining Table, Halston Sofa Collection, Cleav Side Dining Chairs, Giorgio Coffee Table and Giorgio Console Tables.
The custom homes by Ryan Korban boast high ceilings with crown molding, enormous banks of windows that allow in plenty of natural light, and a richly layered palette of materials. Each kitchen has culptural, cantilevered and waterfall-style islands in honed statuary marble along with book-matched marble hoods, complemented by elegant Italian cerused oak cabinetry with fluted bronze-colored glass and SA Baxter burnished nickel hardware. The flooring that is sourced from recycled wine barrels from northern Italy is Listone Giordano French Oak chevron flooring. In the master baths, the marble vanities and the floors consist of Grigio dove and Calcutta moon light marble layered in a chevron pattern, and the powder rooms have hand-selected statuary marble with lighting design by Bill Schwinghammer.
Demanding premium prices and now more than 50 percent sold with only one remaining Penthouse left of six, 40 Bleecker is the biggest building to come to NoHo in years with record-setting neighborhood pricing topping $3,000 per square foot and un-NoHo amenities such as an indoor swimming pool, private underground parking and landscaped private courtyard with waterfalls.
With architecture by Rawlings Architects and developed by Broad Street Development, closings are set to begin this spring for the 61 one-to-five bed homes being sold by Douglas Elliman’s Fredrik Eklund, John Gomes and Sarah Burke.
Photography by Evan Joseph
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