Renowned landmark real estate developer Madison Equities is currently building upon its impressive legacy with the construction of 10 Sullivan, slated for completion by late 2015.
This exciting residential condominium project, based in New York’s fashionable Soho neighborhood, is a 16-story flatiron-shaped tower with 4 adjoining 25 foot wide townhouses.
The tower includes a parking facility and 2,600 square foot of retail unit. The 204 foot tower will be architect Cary Tamarkin’s tallest project to date and the tallest residential building in Soho. Working with Tamarkin, is the accomplished firm Montroy Andersen DeMarco (MADGI).
Rounded glass windows define the building’s southern façade, which narrows like a ship’s prow, allowing for spectacular panoramic views. Bands of blonde brick will encircle the building, complementing its distinctive shape, and actual rounded windows with curved glass. A custom clock will adorn the building’s north face. Striking and unique, 10 Sullivan Street is sure to become one of Manhattan’s most coveted new addresses.
10 Sullivan will be a welcome addition to the Soho neighborhood. Madison Equities CEO Robert Gladstone, recently articulated the importance of the tower to the neighborhood: “This will be the tallest residential building in Soho. There’s only one Soho. I think the market is very much going to like what they see.”
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