152 Elizabeth Street

Sales from $5,985,000
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152 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY
7 Units
7 Stories
2 - 4 Bedrooms
Completed Winter/Spring 2018
From 2015 SqFt
$2970 per SqFt
152 Elizabeth Street is a new condo development at 152 Elizabeth Street, New York. The development was completed in 2018. Sales for available units range in price from $5,985,000 to $5,985,000. 152 Elizabeth Street has a total of 7 units. Sizes start at 2015 square feet.

152 Elizabeth Street Details

Building Type:
Selling Status:
Sales Started:
Winter/Spring 2015
Construction Status:
Construction Started:
Summer 2016
Completed In:
Winter/Spring 2018
Interior Designer(s):
Marketing Company:
By Compass
Sales Company:
By Compass
Private Storage
Parking for Sale
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Pricing & Fees

Sale Prices - Available Units:
from $5,985,000 to $5,985,000
C.C / Maint:
$2.26 Per SqFt per Month
Cost to Purchase Parking:
Cost to Purchase Storage:
Included in the purchase price
(Private Storage Included)
Average Price per Sqft:
$2970 per SqFt
Co-op Fee Realtors:

152 Elizabeth Street Summary

152 Elizabeth is an ultra-luxury condominium building—the first in New York City designed by Japanese master architect Tadao Ando. Located at the corner of Kenmare and Elizabeth Streets in Nolita, the 32,000-square-foot building will stand as a profound architectural statement and embrace the industrial character of the neighborhood. Gabellini Sheppard Associates designed the interiors of the highly individualized residences, which range from two to four bedrooms. The developer is Sumaida + Khurana, a New York-based luxury residential development firm with more than 20 years of construction and real estate development experience.

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Features & Finishes

At 152 Elizabeth, Michael Gabellini likens his role as its interior architect to that of a made-to-measure suit tailor. Of integrating his immaculately detailed designs into the Tadao Ando–designed building, he says, “I wouldn’t say what I’m doing is couture. I don’t know if I’d even use an overused word like ‘bespoke.’ I think the word for this building is ‘tailored.’” By that, he means that each of the seven residences is individually configured to create, as he puts it, “optimal proportionality so that programmatically these apartments are sustainable through successive owners.” The main idea, he stresses, is for the spaces to be so timeless—and of such high quality—that they’re cherished, maintained, and passed down, not torn apart and replaced by something else a few decades later. Establishing the 152 Elizabeth residences required honing in on four main concepts, or elements, that define the interior and exterior spaces: light, air, sound, and water.

While light has long been a signature of Ando’s architecture, Gabellini points out that Ando has mastered light because he combines it “with the idea of the shadow playing in.” Upon entering the building, one will immediately experience the tension between light and shadow to profound effect. In the residences, natural light will be brought in via floor-to-ceiling windows that frame the space. Artificial-lighting concepts will be incorporated to provide ambience and balance daylight—or occasionally simulate it.

Sound was also a “defining element” for Gabellini, who wished to construct an acoustical cocoon that allows for concentration and comfort. Using airport-quality exterior glass, the window-wall façade removes outside noise. Wood-paneled areas between each residence’s public and private areas will contribute to each space’s acoustical qualities, as will the custom Dinesen oak flooring planks. Accentuating this seamless setting will be full-height doors and floating walls.

Nature is celebrated throughout. From the water wall in the vestibule to reflecting pools in the penthouse, water will add a sense of animation and contemplation. The sprawling downtown views will round out the space, bringing the outside in and the inside out. One of the building’s most distinctive features will be a 55-foot-high and 99-foot-wide living green wall that hugs the fourth and fifth floor terraces. Of the resulting residences, Gabellini says, “I look as this as a composition of complementary opposites. Ando’s primary elements—light and water—have been layered with two additional elements: air and sound. These environmental spatial attributes—light, air, sound, and water—are creating the frame for these portraits that are individual living spaces.”
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