Thursday, October 22, 2015

New residential buildings come into full view on Lafayette Street



A whole year has passed since we looked in at the dual residential buildings rising on Lafayette between Bond and Great Jones…

For starters, all the construction netting has been removed from 372 Lafayette at the southwest corner of Great Jones. This Morris Adjmi-designed building was expected to be rentals. The DOB Schedule A shows eight apartments in the building … with retail on the ground floor.

There has been much more written about 10 Bond Street, dubbed "a boutique collection of 11 superlative residences" designed by Selldorf Architects.

Workers removed the sidewalk bridge here yesterday…



According to Streeteasy, several units are in contract (one for $7.7 million; another for $6.7 million. Curbed has photos of the model unit here.)

Oh, and if buying now is not your thing, then you can opt for a two-bedroom rental for $14,500.



Back to 372 Lafayette for a moment. The corner was previously home to ZP Auto Repair Shop, who was able to secure a new space in 2011 in Brooklyn. Jeremiah Moss noted yesterday at Vanishing New York that, despite brisk business, the shop has lost its lease and is closing on Oct. 30.

Previously on EV Grieve:
New skyline for Lafayette Street?

Another corner still primed to fall on NoHo

Demolition starts on former garage and lot; new developments coming for Lafayette Street

Looking at the future luxurious corners of Lafayette Street

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't half mind these new buildings, they have surface interest, heights are appropriate and of course very affordable....

Anonymous said...

Some perspective. The recently shuttered Organic Avenue was paying 13k a month for a STORE. And these people want 14k a month for an apartment?! That's a very healthy mortgage. Who will live here?

Anonymous said...

ahh yes.. more prime real estate turned into seasonal lodging for the ultra rich.

Anonymous said...

ChiNo. Chinatown North.

Anonymous said...

Is the fa├žade composed of glazed terra cotta?