Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Looking at "one of the most unique properties in downtown"

Here's a newish listing for 525 E. 12th St. between Avenue A and Avenue B... a little something for all your investors!

Per the listing:

Great Investment opportunity: Tenant is paying $6,500 a month. This NEW garden duplex is one of the most unique properties in downtown. Gracious entry leads into an extraordinary double height living room with walls of windows overlooking your own private landscaped garden. The chic Italian SCIC chef's kitchen is open through a Caesar stone quartz bar and equipped with a Subzero fridge, Wolf Range, A Zepher exterior vent, Miele D/W and Marvel wine cellar. Upper floor occupies the master bathroom with double sink and Neptune bath and the second bedroom and bathroom that's furnished with green glass tiles and natural stone. both give south to Sauer Park. Family room/ mezzanine includes the Washer and Dryer and its own WIC. Each zone has its own self controlled HVAC unit. Living Room can be almost doubled in size by extended it 8' into the garden. Private storage bin included. 525 East 12th Street is one of the latest and finest new boutique condominium developments of the East Village. Superiorly located, this unique floor through lofts project, is facing the serene Sauer Park.

Price: $1,795 million.

A shame that Superdive is closing moving — just think how close you'd be....


Lisa said...

I am sorry, this just makes me want to hurl. Bring back the junkies to pass out in the doorway of this place, arms still tied off and needles hanging from their veins. Then it'll feel like a real neighborhood again instead of Overpriced Cloudland.

Jill said...

this bldg is fugly & obviously conceived when mortgages were free. there are so many choices, why anybody would pay top dollar to live in vanilla is beyond comprehension.

Disgruntled Nanny said...

Let me count the ways in which I loathe the person that may purchase this apartment.
There are not enough Ciao for Now cupcakes to alleviate the obvious lack of sunlight in the middle of the apartment.
Stupid layout, stupid idea for a building.
And every person that lives there now has a bitter beer face, perhaps from the lack of satisfaction in their condo . Just sayin"
Chappaqua is a better investment.

The Eastern Cynic said...

Is it just me or is that the apartment from the beginning of Whatever Works?