Developed as a joint project between Property Markets Group and Madison Equities, the 16-story triangle-shaped condo tower was inspired by the iconic Flatiron building, and is the tallest residential building in SoHo, according to the development’s public relations team.
“The experience of living in SoHo, an authentic historic neighborhood of the city, in a brand new condominium featuring an array of amenities and residences with expansive views and generous proportions sets 10 Sullivan apart as a truly unique and spectacular building,” said Kevin Maloney, Founder of Property Markets Group.Encompassing the top two levels of 10 Sullivan, the five-bedroom, five-bath duplex penthouse has a total of 6,885 square feet—5,503 square feet of interior space and 1,382 square feet of outdoor space, with a wrap-around terrace and private rooftop.
The spacious rooftop encompasses almost 1,000 square feet and is surrounded by breathtaking 360-degree views of the skyline. Complete with an outdoor kitchen and grill, this lush landscaped private oasis provides a glorious setting for dining, entertaining, exercising, or relaxing.
The stunning residence features 23-foot ceilings and multi-paned casement windows, framing panoramic views of the Empire State building, Hudson River Park, One World Trade Center, and more.
An impressive 20-foot wide chef’s eat-in kitchen features Coliform Danish walnut cabinetry; Lagano marble countertop and backsplash; a Julien sink; Lefroy Brooks fixtures; and Sub-Zero, Miele, and Viking appliances.
Striking the perfect balance between simplicity and luxury, the sleek master bedroom is airy and bright, with light streaming in its huge windows. Motorized shades, oil-rubbed Danish oak, and radiant heated flooring throughout the home add to the warm and welcoming effect. Lighting, temperature, and entertainment are controlled—with the touch of a tablet—by Savant Home Automation Systems.
The stunning master bathroom glows in light bouncing off its pure Dolomite marble floor, walls, and vanities. The majestic marble steam shower room has a glass door that looks out onto the Empire State Building, and an inviting freestanding bathtub is placed in front of large wall of windows, providing picture-perfect views. Located on Sullivan Street between Broome and Spring streets, 10 Sullivan leaves nothing to be desired.
Building amenities include a 24-hour concierge, an integrated security systems, keyed elevators, a sunlit fitness center, stroller and bicycle storage, tempered and filtered fresh air, and individual storage facilities with parking spaces available for purchase.
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