Friday, October 9, 2009

Copper Building penthouse will now cost you an extra quarter-of-a-million dollars

When everything seems to be going down in price... As the listing shows, the penthouse at the Copper Building at 215 Avenue B is now $3,850,000 -- up $250,000 from its previous price.

Here's what you get:

This 4 bedroom 4 bathroom Penthouse is one of a kind. With soaring 22 foot high ceilings and an enormous private outdoor space, this duplex is unrivaled in East Village apartments. Upon entering the apartment, you are struck by sweeping views of southern Manhattan. You will truly feel on top of it all. The apartment features a state of the art chef's kitchen, which opens to the formal dinning room. With western exposure and towering 22 foot high glass windows, the living room will capture magnificent sunsets. When you ascend the wide oak staircase to the second floor you will find 2 additional bedrooms and 2 additional full bathrooms. This penthouse is part of an absolutely unique and exceptional… building.


You can see for yourself during the open house Sunday from noon to 2 p.m. If you can't make it, here are some renderings...






And, as this rendering shows of 215 Avenue B, BIG changes may be coming to the north end of the block...what, exactly, are those two new mystery buildings to the left of the Copp? Curbed also made note of this earlier, wondering why Stuy Town was replaced "with, uh, an office tower parachuted in from downtown Dallas."



Previously.

9 comments:

Bowery Boogie said...

see you at the open house.

EV Grieve said...

I'll be in the bathroom the full two hours. Oh, wait. There are two bathrooms. Need to bring the intern.

pinhead said...

Where is this lovely place? No street lamps, fire hydrants, trash cans, pay phones, traffic lights, parked cars, etc. Only beautiful, beautiful trees.

EV Grieve said...

Ha! Excellent observations, pinhead. I think it's called The Neighborhood That We Wish We Were Building This In.

dianeb said...

What happened to the Dead End signs, they couldn't add those to the drawing to give it some realism?

esquared said...

And where all the pharmacy, banks fro-yos, ramen, cupcake shops, and more importantly the Momofoku joint? That's a dealbreaker for me if the building or the neigborhood doesn't have these.

Ken from Ken's Kitchen said...

Well just great. An extra quarter mil and sales of my pies-in-a-bottle are in the tankeroo! I guess I can forget about beautiful sunsets, towering 2 foot high glass windows, and 22 full bathrooms. Or was that...

EV Grieve said...

I thought that the windows were soaring? Or was that the other way around?

Anonymous said...

Ummm. Yeah. Sure.

$3.85 million to overlook the Pedro Albizu Campos housing project to the east, the glum Stalinist architecture of Stuy Town to the north, the stubbornly ungentrified upper Avenue B to the south, and the low-slung haphazard buildings thrown up along the L subway line to the west.

May as well spend $400 having "I'm a douchebag moron retard" tattooed across your forehead and save the rest of your nearly $4 million. Because the results... well, they'll be the same.