Every new project we do is as exciting as the last one, with different challenges and solutions to propose to our clients.

A recent project that makes us very proud is 10 Sullivan, which we worked through our New York office, and is located in SoHo.

As The New York Times writes in an article where one of our 3D renderings is featured, “the tower at 10 Sullivan Street, which will be 16 stories and one of the tallest buildings in SoHo, has a shape like a boat and also vaguely resembles the Flatiron Building, thanks to the configuration of its building lot: a long, thin triangle.”

The lot, which was home to a gas station and carwash, was created when the Avenue of the Americas was extended at an angle across gridlike streets in the 1920s.

Its $45 million penthouse is being touted as the neighborhood’s swankiest residence, with curved glass windows and a quirky triangular shape, according to The Daily News.

The spectacular, three-floor home will also have a private pool, rooftop lounge and ceiling heights up to 23 feet.

The 8,360-square-foot penthouse is one of 19 homes at 10 Sullivan , where prices start at $2.97 million and homes have Danish oak floors, radiant-heated flooring, motorized shades and walnut kitchens. The project is slated for completion in 2015.

Can you imagine living here? Just take a look at our 3D renderings.

Have a happy daydreaming!

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10 Sullivan project

 

10 Sullivan project

 

10 Sullivan project, lobby.

 

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