Yesterday marked the first day of sales for 347 Bowery, the 13-story condoplex that replaced the Salvation Army's East Village Residence at East Third Street.
As Curbed noted, only one of the five residences is now available — a $7.5 million three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit.
Some details per Curbed:
The building will be home to just five expensive condos (four duplexes and the penthouse), starting at $6.5 million for the cheapest and going up to $17 million for the three-floor, tower-topping penthouse. True to form, each apartment will also have ultra-luxury finishes, including cabinetry designed by Selldorf Architects and "disappearing kitchens" outfitted in white oak and soapstone.
There will also be a private entry on 3rd Street through a "landscaped mews" lined with seasonal greenery, including magnolias and evergreen shrubs.
Disappearing kitchens! (I'd be happy with disappearing dirty dishes.)
The building will also feature several retail spaces.
Previously on EV Grieve:
The Salvation Army's former East Village Residence will be demolished on the Bowery
Whatever happened to that really ugly hotel planned for the Bowery?
Looks like 347 Bowery will be home to a 13-floor mixed-use residential development
The future of 347 Bowery (sorta!) revealed
Let's take a look at 347 Bowery, now and in the future
Reaching the top at 347 Bowery