Well, you know the story of the circa-1847 building at 315 E. 10th St. that faces Tompkins Square Park. As you'll recall, the city OK'd a one-floor rooftop addition here in January hours before the Landmarks Preservation Committee approved the East 10th Street Historic District.
Last December, Ben Shaoul's Magnum Real Estate Group bought the building from The Educational Alliance. Renovations converted the building into residential use.
And yesterday, the first of the listings hit the market... According to Streeteasy:
This all new, fully gut renovated three bed has something for everyone... Three equal sized bedrooms that are queen sized +, a gleaming white extra large bathroom, laundry in unit, high end kitchen with dark ebony cabinets, stainless appliances w/ dishwasher and microwave and quartz counter tops, a large living/dining combo. If you want to catch some skyline views or rays take the elevator up to the shared roof deck and check out 360' unobstructed views of the city. You really will have it all here.
The price to have it all these days: $4,895
Let's take a look...
Meanwhile, earlier this morning, a tipster sent us a screengrab of the listing at MDNY...
Oh, there's another listing... Per Streeteasy: "Four equal sized bedrooms that are queen sized +, two gleaming white extra large bathrooms, laundry in unit, high end kitchen with dark ebony cabinets, stainless appliances w/ dishwasher and microwave and quartz counter tops, a large living/dining combo and a HUGE private rear patio."
Here's a look...
Previously on EV Grieve:
A bid to protect the integrity of 315 E. 10th St.
Landmarks Preservation Commission expedites hearing on East 10th Street Historic District
Workers quickly start dismantling roof of historic 315 E. 10th St.