40 Bleecker is designed to be both modern and with the quality and distinction of buildings made a century ago. 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.
40 Bleecker offers a curated collection of first-class amenities to elevate everyday living to a new standard of luxury. Unwind in a 58-foot swimming pool, the very first of its kind in the Noho neighborhood. Stay centered and active in a state-of-the-art exercise room and stretching studio, with top-shelf equipment and exercise machines. Experience service to the highest degree with a 24-hour concierge, live-in superintendent, and complimentary bicycle storage. Find peace and quiet in the midst of the busy city in the verdant courtyard retreat with reflecting pools and waterfalls. And enjoy the ease and convenience of below-ground private parking.
Noho Historic District is a landmarked neighborhood with a rich and layered past. Home to New York's first botanical gardens, the area began as a flourishing natural retreat. In the 19th-century, the Astor family transformed it into a fashionable enclave for Beaux Arts mansions and home to the cultural elite, the likes of Charles Dickens and the Vanderbilts. In the 1960s, artists took claim of Noho's beautiful, cobbled streets. Robert Mapplethorpe, Chuck Close, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, and their contemporaries revitalized the area with a new creative energy, still tangible today.