The gut-renovated buildings at 326-328 E. Fourth St. between Avenue C and Avenue D have a name — Icon EV. And the first units from developer Terrence Lowenberg and penthouse-making architect Ramy Issac are are now available for rent starting Sept. 1.
Here's the listing for the buildings over at Icon Realty:
Icon EV is a Brand New Boutique Rental Building located on East 4th street surrounded by a wide array of unique shops, restaurants, bars, and live music venues in New York City's famous East Village.
Distinctive architectural features such as black and white tiled hallways, oak paneled walls and elegant lighting were incorporated into the building's design to create a Classic New York Atmosphere. Residents can unwind, entertain and enjoy unobstructed views of the Manhattan skyline from the building's Roof Top Sun Deck.
• Open Gourmet Kitchens with carrera marble countertops, and stainless steel appliances
• Recessed lighting, crown and baseboard molding, and exposed brick walls
• Oversized windows which provide sun filled living spaces
• Wide plank ebony hardwood floors Marble bathrooms with wengay vanities
• Marble bathrooms with wengay vanities
• Premium Bosch Washer and Dryers
• Access to Roof top Sun Deck
Here's how the apartments look...
We found listings for a three-bedroom apartment priced at $4,250 and a two-bedroom unit for $3,500 at No. 326.
No. 328 seems to be the dormier of the pair. There's a six-bedroom apartment listed at Streeteasy for $8,000 ... and a more modest four-bedroom home for $6,000.
As the Times noted in September 2010, the 170-year-old buildings here (now with two extra floors) were an artists’ collective and burial society called the Uranian Phalanstery and First New York Gnostic Lyceum Temple ... started in the East Village in the late 1950s by the artists Richard Oviet Tyler and Dorothea Tyler.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Historic East Fourth Street artists' collective soon to be condos
Two side-by-side townhouses on East Fourth Street await your renovation
City doesn't give a shit about these historic East Village townhouses
Almost working around the clock on developing 326-328 E. Fourth St.