Western facing Penthouse B offers two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms and is imbued with a timeless yet modern beauty and an authentic story of material and craftsmanship throughout. Encompassing 1885 interior and 792 exterior square feet, Penthouse B boasts expansive 10'-6" coved ceilings, a luminous great room with stunning stone fireplace, chevron flooring, and private 98' long private terrace with thoughtful plantings by AD100 recognized landscape architect Edmund Hollander.
This versatile open layout encourages entertainment and leisure, with the living room elegantly unfolding toward the impeccably tailored custom Ryan Korban-designed kitchen. Balancing the light warmth of Listone Giordano chevron French oak floors, a striking island crafted in hand-selected honed statuary marble is a sculptural work of art. Elegant Italian cerused oak cabinetry with fluted bronze-hued glass and fluted SA Baxter burnished nickel hardware contrast beautifully with the kitchen's Brustalist-inspired features, including a book-matched stone hood. Miele appliances and Lefroy brooks accessories blend form and function for a sophisticated finish.
The striking master bath features honed Grigio Dove stone and cerused oak veneer paneling of Korban's custom double vanity. Chevron-patterned tiling in Calacatta moonlight statuary marble, Lefroy Brooks Kafka collection polished chrome fixtures, and reveals in the ceiling coves complete the dynamic and elevated ensemble. The luminous powder room is enveloped in honed white statuary marble with custom lighting designed by Bill Schwinghammer, while a tailor-made bronze vanity stand makes an elegant, modern statement, all coming together to create an exquisitely curated space. A discreet laundry room features a sleek, side-by-side Miele Washer and Dryer for the utmost in convenience, completing this exceptional penthouse residence.
A modern echo of its iconic surroundings, 40 Bleecker establishes a timeless presence within Noho, graciously revering the history, culture, and architectural details of the landmark New York neighborhood with a contextual yet contemporary design. Lead architect Ed Rawlings, AD100 landscape architect Edmund Hollander, and AD100 designer Ryan Korban in his residential condominium debut each take a nuanced approach to design, blending forward-thinking vision with a subtlety that seduces and intrigues.
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