Bond Street is one of Manhattan’s most beloved short streets. Just two blocks long, its compelling character comes from the combination of 19th century loft buildings, a historic theater, and several recent residential buildings by high-profile architects. The graphic rhythm of our 11-story, 16-unit structure is based on the fenestration of the older buildings but is decidedly modern and taut in its construction and details.
We created a granite volume with angled “bay windows” located irregularly within an otherwise strict grid, and floated that composition above a glass base. The street level windows offer a view into a long lap pool in the basement. We designed the apartment interiors, as well as the layouts of the four different types of units in the building.
Key People
Catherine Bird
Project Lead
Andrew Ledbetter
Project Manager
Noah Biklen
Project Designer
Collaborators

Deborah Berke Partners

Design Architect, Interior Designer

GF55 Partners

Architect of Record

Severud Associates

Structural Engineer

Rodkin Consulting Engineers

MEP Engineer

Vortex Lighting

Lighting Designer

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Recognition

Award of Excellence

Society of American Registered Architects, NY Chapter

Citation for Design

NY State AIA

Honorable Mention Design Award

Historic Districts Council

New York Times - New Glass City

2009

Drawings

Drawn map of building site and context.
Street facade elevation.
Building section drawing.
Ground floor plan.