Wednesday, December 16, 2015

[Updated] How much for this new-to-market home on 1st Avenue?



This arrived on the market this morning on First Avenue at East 12th Street...



Details are scarce. However, as you can tell, this coveted location offers easy access to public crosstown/uptown transportation and the First Avenue bike lane. Close to some of the neighborhood's best restaurants, shops, schools and bone broth.

What are you willing to pay for the chance to live here? (And don't be put off by the small size!)



1 p.m.

This is a project called #smokersnyc via photographer Mark Reigelman II ... taking this around the city and putting it over manhole covers to make it look like the chimney is in use...


[Via our friends at @academyrecords]

12 comments:

Goggla said...

Is there a slide?

VH McKenzie said...

I saw a few guys unloading this from a trailer this morning, sliding it right into this spot and then high-fiving. I figured at least one side would be open, selling something or other, but it looks solid as a rock. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Anonymous said...

Great, now the neighborhood is going to be filled with pre-fab one-room-schoolhouses...

xootrman said...

Location, Location, Location!

Anonymous said...

For once this one is truly "in the heart of the East Village".

Anonymous said...

I really dont understand why there aren't more people sleeping in their cars. Or making living spaces look like cars so they can sleep in them.

Anonymous said...

I just saw this on a trailer headed (I think - bad memory) north.

Anonymous said...

xoortman -- Ahhh! You beat me to it!

Anonymous said...

As Diana Taylor once said- "nice micro-unit"!

Anonymous said...

Is this the roof house for Ben shoal herd it comes with a mini golf area

Trixie said...

Is it gone already or am I going blind? I rushed out to see it yesterday afternoon but it was nowhere to be seen. :(

Anonymous said...

Yay! Somebody doing something creative!!
I have just moved from my 9th St. place with a patio... So I will not be gracing the neighborhood with my annual Festivus pole. Will somebody please put one up in my absence?