Experience a symbiotic blend of art and architecture at the exceptional 22 Bond Street, a staple condominium designed by BKSK Architects in the heart of NoHo moments from downtown’s most exciting attractions. Set behind a private gate rests this hidden gem offering six spectacular residences. One-of-a-kind art installations by Federico Uribe and Roy Nachum are dispersed throughout the lobby, creating an artful oasis complemented by a gorgeous multilevel garden and outdoor lounge.
22 Bond is a limited edition of six ultra-exclusive residences framing a seductive urban garden. Embodying authentic luxury and rugged sophistication, the architecture of 22 Bond speaks to the neighborhood’s industrial past. Vestiges of an 18th century townhouse and exposed beams from a past development are part of 22 Bond’s architectural experience.
The residences of 22 Bond exude the heart of NoHo with its original details, double-height custom kitchens designed by Smallbone, gallery-ready surfaces and soaring ceiling heights. Walls are oriented to protect artworks and allow for the virtually unrestricted display and arrangement of art, as in the soaring living and entertaining spaces.
Art is engrained in the DNA of Bond Street and in the architecture of 22 Bond. Outside the gatehouse is a site-specific commission by Roy Nachum. Pieces by Nachum are designed as part of the public spaces throughout the building. Crowning the exterior is Federico Uribe’s “SuperFly,” an artistic experience for the building as well as the neighborhood.
Landmark designation for the Expanded NoHo Historic District and new residential zoning have allowed this unique neighborhood to preserve its history and chart new architectural territory. From 19th century New York’s most fashionable neighborhood to 1970s artists’ haven to Manhattan’s most desirable block, NoHo has come full circle.
22 Bond is downtown’s most exciting offering, on a storied street known for its rich history and architectural integrity. The sleek doorman building is fashionably located conveniently to KITH, BondSt, Indochine, Zero Bond, Honeybrains and il Buco just to name of few. Let’s not forget the ease of accessibility to NoLita, SoHo, Washington Square Park and multiple subway lines to get you anywhere in the city and beyond.