[Rendering via Vinbaytel]
Six of the 8 units at the new building at 67 Avenue C are now on the market. Oh, and the residences have a name — Boutique 67.
The units range in price from $825,000 for a one-bedroom unit to $1.85 million for the penthouse, according to Streeteasy.
Here's the listing for the penthouse via Douglas Elliman:
Residence PHB is a beautiful, loft-like, duplex 1bd/2ba home with a large, private terrace offering abundance of light and open city views to the East.
Each apartment is outfitted with open, custom designed German kitchens and vanities, Caesarstone countertops, extra wide with a beautiful light wash hardwood flooring, 8 foot tall interior doors, 10 foot ceilings, top of the line stainless steel appliances by Bosch, Summit and GE, contemporary fuacets, washer / dryer, as well as central air and heat.
Boutique 67 is the latest addition to Alphabet City and the East Village. This exciting boutique development will offer 8 spectacular residences ranging from one to three bedrooms, including two Penthouse units with private roof rights.
Living in the East Village is to submerge yourself in this vibrant neighborhood, full of art galleries, boutiques, award-winning restaurants and nightlife. The uniqueness of the area has kept its long standing charm and continues to attract visitors who love to explore all the wonderful diversity.
Anticipated completion late Summer/Early fall 2015.
The rendering doesn't show a retail space... the real-life No. 67 has a for rent ad on the plywood for a storefront.
The condos rose from part of the former Kingdom Hall that was owned by the Jehovah's Witnesses at 67 Avenue C between East Fourth Street and East Fifth Street. We first heard about the sale back in August 2009.
Previously on EV Grieve:
First sign of the new 7-floor condo rising above the Jehovah's Witnesses on Avenue C
Maybe 67 Avenue C will eventually look like this random building some day
Condos rising on Avenue C will feature 'surreal views'
Looking at 67 Avenue C, where the condo views are spectacular and surreal