48 Bond Street, situated in the NoHo section of Manhattan, is an 11-story building with 14 units. Designed by Deborah Berke, the residential units in this building are a true representation of modern living in Manhattan.
The condominium units within the building have finishes like Brazilian walnut floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, and high ceilings. Every room has ample storage space including built-in closets. The kitchens feature stone countertops, custom-built zebra wood cabinetry and stainless steel appliances like a Sub-zero refrigerator and wine cooler, Bosch double-oven and dishwasher, and a Dacor microwave. The units are appointed with a marble and tile bath with separate tub and steam shower stall, a double sink and heated slate floors.
Its triplex penthouse offers two full private floors approximately 5,000 square feet of interior space with 1,600 square feet of exterior space. Its master suite has a fireplace and there are additional bedrooms. Its lower floor hosts an entertainment center with balcony.
Apartments also have an iPod docking station, self-controlled heat and air conditioning, and stackable washer and dryer. The building's amenities include a salt water lap pool, gym, steam room, and bike storage. There is a part-time doorman and a concierge.
48 Bond Street offers convenience as well, as it is near many areas of interest like restaurants, schools and parks. A good number of subway lines are also nearby.