The Penthouse at The Schumacher in Manhattan's vibrant NoHo neighborhood has hit the market for $15 million, listed by John Burger and Richard Ziegelasch of Brown Harris Stevens. The building, an art gallery itself with a Basquiat in the lobby and Urs Fisher sculpture in the courtyard, is a certified Billionaire's Club, where Alberto "Tico" Magrabi, owner of the world's largest Warhol collection lives.Read More
One of the last remaining penthouse units a 40 Bleecker designed by celeb-go-to interior designer Ryan Korban has hit the market for $15.5 million. 40 Bleecker is making waves in the NYC real estate market as Korban’s first and highly anticipated new 12 story, luxury ground-up condominium project in Manhattan's NoHo neighborhood.Read More
More than 150 guests including Million Dollar Listing-star Fredrik Eklund and AD100 interior designer Ryan Korban gathered at the newly opened 40 Bleecker sales atelier, designed by Korban, to celebrate the launch of sales at the highly anticipated, 12-story group up luxury condo project in Noho.Read More
Broad Street Development, a leading privately held, New York-based real estate developer, investor and operator, has announced that 40 Bleecker, its highly anticipated new luxury condominium project in Noho, has commenced sales (February 2018).Read More
The first interior renderings have been revealed of the under-construction 40 Bleecker, giving a look inside the highly-anticipated building featuring interiors by the AD 100-recognized Ryan Korban. 40 Bleecker will be Korban's first ever residential project after being named as a top designer for the 2nd consecutive yearRead More
A trendy designer loft designed by interior designer Nina Serafi in NoHo has hit the market for $10 million at 73 Bleecker Street. The unit features 1 bedroom, 2 full-bathrooms and 1 half-bath. The unit features 12.5' ceilings, a large master suite with a master bath complete with heated marble floors, chef's kitchen with wine cooler and marble finishes, dining room, and a library/ media room. 73 Bleecker Street is an iconic co-op that was originally built as the Manhattan Savings Institution in the late 1800's and was the site of the famous George Leslie bank robbery. The building's amenities include doorman, landscaped rooftop terrace and storage for residences. Today the building is preserved as part of the NoHo Historic District. 73 Bleecker St, 2E is listed for $10 million with Natalie (Stone) Abraham, Paul Zweben, Carolyn Zweben, Mariana Pomerlian of Douglas Elliman.