At 652 square feet, this one-bedroom one-bathroom residence is imbued with a timeless yet modern beauty and an authentic story of material and craftsmanship throughout. 10′ coved ceilings both reflect and absorb light, ushered in through generous east-facing windows that invite a balance of light and privacy, revealing tranquil views of the landscaped center courtyard below.
The impeccably tailored custom Ryan Korban-designed kitchen merges refined detail with rich materials. Balancing the light warmth of Listone Giordano chevron French oak floors, a striking waterfall island crafted in hand-selected honed statuary marble is a sculptural work of art that serves as a meaningful focal point for the space.
Elegant Italian cerused oak cabinetry with fluted bronze-hued glass and fluted SA Baxter burnished nickel hardware contrast beautifully with the kitchen’s Brustalist-inspired features, including a book-matched stone hood. Miele appliances and Lefroy brooks accessories blend form and function for a sophisticated finish. The luxurious bathroom is elegantly appointed in Korban’s meticulously curated symphony of edited yet expressive materials and textures: the tonal depth of honed Grigio Dove stone balances the cerused oak veneer paneling of Korban’s custom vanity, surrounded by reflective layers of mirror and glass that create space and magnify light. Lefroy Brooks Kafka collection polished chrome fixtures complete the elevated ensemble. A discreet utility closet with LG Washer and Dryer offers the utmost in convenience.
A modern echo of its iconic surroundings, 40 Bleecker establishes a timeless presence within Noho, graciously revering the history, culture, and architectural details of the landmark New York neighborhood with a contextual yet contemporary design. Lead architect Ed Rawlings, AD100 landscape architect Edmund Hollander, and AD100 designer Ryan Korban in his residential condominium debut each take a nuanced approach to design, blending forward-thinking vision with a subtlety that seduces and intrigues.