Superstructure has reached the third floor at Cary Tamarkin's 10 Sullivan Street. The 16-story, 19 unit triangular tower sits at the boundary between the SoHo and Hudson Square neighborhoods and replaces a one-story car wash. In plan, the rounded peak of the triangular tower is formed by the intersection of Avenue of the Americas and Sullivan Street with Broome Street. Curved windows at the peak will allow for panoramic views of Lower Manhattan from the living rooms. Black and blonde Norman brick clads the exterior envelop along with industrial style windows.
Also included in the project are four, four-story townhouses across Sullivan Street. Similar details to those found on 10 Sullivan Street will be employed.
Architects: Tamarkin Co. Architecture, Montroy Andersen DeMarco (MADGI); Developers: Property Markets Group (PMG), Madison Equities; Program: Residential; Location: SoHo, New York, NY; Completion: 2015.