Lined on either side with a collection of striking townhomes and storefronts, Bond Street is a uniquely wide, cobblestoned lane located within the prestigious confines of NoHo. The street is famous both for its juxtaposition of vintage and modern architecture as well as its sense of seclusion. 7 Bond—originally constructed in 1904—rises 6 stories and contains 18 apartments, and because it is nestled amidst a cluster of landmarked structures, the attractive views that its penthouse units currently enjoy will remain the same for generations to come. The building sits at the nexus of the East Village, Greenwich Village, SoHo, and NoLita, and thus has access to some of the city’s best restaurants, cafes, bars, theatres, and shops. It is only a few blocks away from Washington Square Park and is close to several major subway lines.