10 Sullivan Street
Tamarkin Co. was engaged as a zoning and BSA consultant and CT Architect as design architect for 10 Sullivan, a new residential development comprised of a 16-story tower and 4 individual townhouses. By virtue of its important location and unique design, this building will be the new “gateway” to SoHo. The building sits on a triangular site which informed its distinctive design. As the tallest building in SoHo, the residences will have unobstructed, panoramic views of the cityscape.
The residential tower includes nineteen spacious two- to six- bedroom residences, ranging in size from 1,200sf to over 8,000sf, many with large private outdoor space. Apartment interiors feature wide-plank, oil-rubbed Danish oak floors with radiant heating throughout, motorized shades and a home automated system, over-sized wrap-around awning windows, and custom designed chef’s kitchen and sun-lit master bathrooms. A singular 5,500sf duplex penthouse with a 975sf roof terrace perches over 200’ above the city skyline.
The exterior of 10 Sullivan features hand-laid corbelled bricks and Tamarkin Achitecture’s signature ribbons of large, industrial style awning windows. Perhaps the most striking feature of 10 Sullivan is the rounded prow with curved glass and custom curved bricks creating an iconic silhouette rarely seen in new construction.
The row of four individual townhouses along Sullivan Street responds to the scale and texture of classic SoHo loft buildings. Each townhouse is a full 25’ wide, 4 stories plus an English basement, and a full rear yard and rooftop terrace with outdoor kitchen for entertaining.
Design Architect: CT Architect
Developer: Madison Equities & PMG
Architect of Record: Montroy Andersen DeMarco
Structural: Robert Silman Associates
Consulting Engineers (MEP): Cosentini Associates