History, charm, and refined elegance come together to create the modern building that is 40 Bleecker street. Designed by AD 100 architect Ed Rawlings, landscape architect Edmund Hollander, and designer Ryan Korban collaborated to create the modern blending of beauty, quality, and artistry for luxury living in NoHo.
Welcomed by the 24-hour concierge and cared for by a live-in superintendent, no amenity is spared in this luxury living complex. Work up a sweat in the state-of-the-art exercise room before you relax, in the first of its kind in NoHo, 58-foot swimming pool surrounded by the immersive design. Find your zen in the stretching studio or in the courtyard with reflecting pools with waterfalls. Convenient underground parking for residents available.
Noho Historic District is the nature lovers retreat that boasts the first botanical gardens in the heart of New York City. A historical neighborhood with a deep and varied history. Transformed into a fashionable and Art Deco enclave by the Astor family in the 19th-century, Noho became home to New York’s elite, including Charles Dickens and the Vanderbilts. Later, in the 1960’s the Art Deco style drew the attention of artists that revitalized the NoHo district. The energy created by the likes of the Vanderbilts, Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Chuck Close can still be felt and seen in the architecture of the NoHo neighborhood.