Condo at 215 Sullivan Street lists for $17M

Six-bedroom unit is last of development to hit the market

TRD New York /
Jun.June 10, 2014 06:00 PM

A six-bedroom duplex condominium at Broad Street Development’s 215 Sullivan Street in Greenwich Village hit the market today for $17.3 million, The Real Deal has learned.

The townhouse-like apartment, which features a 2,048-square-foot terrace and a private entrance, is the last unit there to be available for sale.

The unit is part of a project that consists of a conversion of a 19th-century property, dubbed Vaux House, plus a new structure with additional condo and townhouse units.

Central Park co-designer Calvert Vaux designed the original building, which, along with the new addition designed by Rawlings Architects, contains 25 units.

Twenty-two apartments, ranging from one- to six-bedrooms, are in contract. A three-bedroom asking $5.8 million and a four-bedroom asking $9.6 million are still available. Sales began in March, as previously reported.

Douglas Elliman brokers Fredrik Eklund, John Gomes and Sarah Burke handled sales and marketing.

“The façade and the slate roof are the exact way Calvert Vaux designed the building,” Gomes told The Real Deal.


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