Introducing 40 Bleecker Street - a modern luxury living complex in NoHo that boasts a blend of beauty, quality, and artistry. Collaboratively designed by AD 100 architect Ed Rawlings, landscape architect Edmund Hollander, and designer Ryan Korban, this residential building features history, charm, and refined elegance. From the 24-hour concierge and live-in superintendent to the state-of-the-art exercise room and 58-foot swimming pool, every amenity is provided to make living in this complex a dream come true.
Located in the heart of New York City's NoHo Historic District, this nature lover's retreat offers the first botanical gardens in the area. Once home to New York's elite, including Charles Dickens and the Vanderbilts, the neighborhood was later transformed into a fashionable and Art Deco enclave that drew the attention of artists like Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Chuck Close in the 1960s. The energy created by these visionaries can still be felt and seen in the architecture of the NoHo district.
Residents of 40 Bleecker Street enjoy the convenience of underground parking and the opportunity to work up a sweat in the state-of-the-art exercise room, stretch in the studio, or relax by the reflecting pools with waterfalls in the courtyard. Whether you're looking to be surrounded by refined elegance or seek inspiration in the historic surroundings, 40 Bleecker Street offers the perfect blend of both.