10 Sullivan, jointly developed by Property Markets Group and Madison Equities, features four townhouses as part of the Cary Tamarkin-designed development. One townhouse is currently on the market and is 25 feet wide and four stories tall with an additional English basement and rooftop terrace featuring an outdoor gas grill, fireplace and wet bar. The 6,500 square foot townhouse also features a private backyard garden, full top floor master suite and private elevator. 20 Sullivan is being offered at $15 million and includes a parking space.
Tamarkin designed 10 Sullivan with a number of unique architectural details that include a curved shape, industrial-style windows, and a glass façade with hand-laid corbelled black and blonde Norman brick. Rising 16 stories high, 10 Sullivan represents the tallest residential building in the area and has quickly emerged as the beacon of SoHo.
Building amenities include a 24-hour concierge, integrated security systems, keyed elevators, a sunlit fitness center, stroller and bicycle storage, tempered and filtered fresh air, and individual storage facilities with parking spaces available for purchase. Residences feature 11-foot ceilings, Savant Home Automation Systems, radiant-heated flooring throughout, oil-rubbed Danish oak flooring and motorized shades, Poliform walnut Danish kitchen cabinetry and island with Lagano marble countertop and backsplash, a Julien sink, Lefroy Brooks fixtures, and Sub-Zero, Miele and Viking appliances. Large gracious master bathrooms were designed with Dolomite marble flooring and walls, a freestanding tub, steam shower and private water closet.
15th Floor Penthouse
Currently on the market is a full-floor penthouse located on the 15th floor. Spanning 2,950 square feet, the residence features 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and one half-bath. The unit is priced at $10.5 million. A joint project between Property Markets Group and Madison Equities, the 22-unit residential condominium is located on Sullivan Street between Broome and Spring Streets in New York City. For more information, please visit