Joshua Kushner and Karlie Kloss—the former an investor, the latter a supermodel—have owned this condo unit in Manhattan for about five years. This week, the duo listed the Nolita property with an asking price of $6.995 million.
The building is notable. It was designed by Roman and Williams, and is a sensitive construction that builds on the history of its neighborhood. The condo in question is one of 15 in the boutique red brick building.
The 1,821 square-foot residence is expressed in modernism and warmth: herringbone oak floors, nearly black accents against off-white, and oversize windows and French doors for a frequent element of liberation. In the living room, a prominent fireplace accent wall dominates the proceedings, giving the place a strong personality and suggesting a bit of rusticity along the way.
The kitchen’s treatment is heavily stylized but quite literate; here, the design elements employed in the home come together. Lots of wood, and dark cabinetry.
There are two bedrooms and 2.5 baths in the home. The master bath may be accessed through the bedroom through a pocket door—another nice touch. The bath gets its fair share of marble, with bookmatched accents and tile floors.
The unit’s outdoor terrace space is considerable. It is floored in brick, and features a pergola ceiling for privacy. All in all, an unusual unit in a building designed for discriminating tastes.