Topped Out at 12 Stories, New NoHo Luxury Condo Attracts ‘Clean Market’

Posted on: July 2nd, 2019 at 5:05 am by

NoHo’s newest mixed-use tower topped out months ago, and now signed its first retail tenant. The luxury development at 40 Bleecker Street, which reached the twelve-story vertical limit in the spring, will soon welcome Clean Market.

Catered specifically to one-percenters dwelling in its condo stock, the business is “Dedicated to helping people feel their best by providing purposeful nutrition, effective products, and innovative services to optimize, energize, and transform their life.” Snooze.

The company is set to anchor the building, having signed a lease for 2,600 square-feet of retail space. Clean Market will open at 40 Bleecker in spring 2020, marking the third overall location.

As previously reported, this next chapter in the life of 40 Bleecker Street is a 12-story condo project helmed by Broad Street Development. The developer purchased the corner property for a whopping $178.5 million back in 2015. The building boasts 61 one- to three- bedroom units, and the penthouse is considered NoHo’s most expensive condo at $10 million. Other amenities include private parking and a swimming pool.

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