Nestled behind the gates of the iconic cast-iron facade by the Pritzker Prize-winning architects Herzog & de Meuron in collaboration with Ian Schrager is TH5, a 25’ wide triplex townhouse. Spanning 3750SF this home boasts loft-like proportions with architectural prowess. As one of the few new townhomes built in downtown Manhattan in generations, 40 Bond affords new owners the privacy of a townhouse with the amenities of one of downtown’s premier full service luxury condos. Upon entering the great room on the first floor one is greeted with a curved architectural staircase that serves as the centerpiece to the dramatic space with 11’8” ceilings. A dual gas/wood-burning fireplace in the great room and a 750SF landscaped garden outfitted for an outdoor kitchen gives buyers something to enjoy in every season. The sleek kitchen features timeless design with Italian cabinetry, Corian countertops and Miele appliances. A 24’ floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door connects the kitchen and dining areas to the private outdoor patio, creating a zen indoor-outdoor living space. The main bedroom suite on the second floor is generously proportioned, spanning the entire width of the townhouse and overlooking the garden. The en-suite bathroom has Austrian smoked oak walls and floors with a stunning custom Corian vanity and wet room. Two additional bedrooms, each with their own en-suite bathroom, have pleasant treeline views of cobblestoned Bond Street and ambient south-facing light. In addition to the three bedrooms on the second floor, there is a 32’x18’ recreation room on the lower level with direct access to the building amenities. Central AC, Austrian smoked oak floors and in-unit washer and dryer complete this one-of-a-kind home. 40 Bond has a range of amenities for residents, including a 24-hour doorman and concierge, live-in resident manager, fitness center and common garden. Located on the crossroads of Greenwich Village and Soho, NoHo has a rich architectural history and offers a curated lifestyle in one of Manhattan’s most bustling neighborhoods. The neighborhood is home to a host of cultural and culinary refinements, including Zero Bond, Bondst Sushi, The Smile and Il Buco. With an Equinox right on Bond Street and Whole Foods on Houston, everything you may need is within a few blocks.