The Landmarks Preservation Commission signed off yesterday on the addition of a penthouse and new rear façade as part of a six-story condominium conversion in Noho.
Joshua Gurwitz’s Good Property plans to convert the site at 31 Bond Street into a luxury residential site with a total of two triplexes and one duplex. The commission did not support the penthouse and rear entrance designs last month. Soho firm Matthew Baird Architects then reduced the size of the proposed chimney by 9 feet and designed a smaller penthouse, which led to the approval. Good paid $16 million for the site last year, as previously reported. [Curbed] — Mark Maurer