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BOND STREET MAJESTY Built in 1874 by Henry Engelbert, in the sculptural style of the French Second Empire, and previously home to the Bouwerie Lane Theatre, this fourth floor property at 54 Bond offers an extraordinary floor-through residence with 12' ceilings, 14 huge mahogany windows, Belgian oak chevron floors, and a dramatic corner exposure, all perfectly located at the crossroads of Bond Street and the Bowery. This grand loft home features a 29' x 22' corner living room with southern and eastern exposure and exceptional proportions. There is a large eat in kitchen with integrated French oak wood cabinetry and Wolf, Miele and Subzero appliances. A 21' foot master suite with southern exposure overlooking cobblestone Bond Street, includes a walk-in dressing room and master bath with double vanity, tub and separate shower stall. Other unique features include a large second bedroom with en-suite windowed bath, a gracious windowed Foyer landing off the private keyed elevator, a powder bathroom and a contained laundry room. The finished marble bathrooms include Dornbracht and Duravit fixtures.54 Bond, is an intimate, ultra-boutique fully staffed condominium on the crossroads of Bowery and is the very heart of Noho, one of NYC's most vibrant and coveted locations. Bond street continues its dominance not only as downtown's coolest but also most sophisticated blocks.