The renovations are apparently winding down at 329 E. 10th St. between Avenue A and Avenue B. The first units from the Icon Realty-owned building recently arrived on Streeteasy.
For now there are two, four-bedroom units for rent ($8,500 a month), according to Streeteasy.
Here is the listing for the units: "All apartments are newly renovated featuring: bleached-plank hardwood floors, recessed lighting, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, cherry wood cabinets, crown and baseboard moldings, with marble bathrooms."
There is also a large private patio, per the listings.
However, there isn't any mention of a roof deck (a popular amenity in Icon-owned buildings)… which was in view from the street ...
[Photo from July via JL]
And here's how the new deck was looking from the rear…
[Photos from July via Gojira]
The building, which sits in the East Village/Lower East Side Historic District, needs approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the rooftop addition. It does not appear that any approval was ever received for the roof deck.
DOB records show that someone filed a complaint about the rooftop on June 30. An inspector made an attempt to access the building without success then on Set. 5 and Sept. 12. With no response to the buzzer, the DOB issued an LS-4 — a letter to the landlord asking to schedule an inspection.
Icon picked up the building for $5.2 million in August 2013.
Updated 9:54 a.m.
A neighbor sent along a few better shots showing the roof deck...
...which kind of looks like a cattle stockade from this angle...
Updated 10:39 a.m.
Per another reader...
Actually the deck is no longer visible from street level. They took down the southern fence, receded it by about 5 feet, and put in a shorter fence. Not sure if that brought them into compliance but that is what they did. The marble floor still extends nearly to the roottop edge.