Monday, September 18, 2017

Pricing revealed at these 2 condoplexes


[Photo from Saturday]

Over at 32 E. First St. at Second Avenue ... Curbed has details on the 10-story, 33-unit condoplex (with ground-floor retail): "Prices here start at $1.175 million and climb as high as $8.7 million. Six of the condos are already in contract while another six, including a three-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse are currently listed on the market."

This was the former BP station site, which closed in July 2014.

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And on 10th Street and Fourth Avenue... three of the 12 units here at the 10-floor condoplex arrived on the market last week.


[Photo from Saturday]

Per Curbed: "The development, called Eighty East Tenth, is designed by NAVA Companies and will offer a mix of one- through five-bedrooms, priced from $1.85 million. There’ll be no more than two apartments on each floor and range from around 925 square feet to over 5,000 square feet."

And here is the latest rendering...

7 comments:

Donnie Moder said...

484sf 1 bedroom for $1,175,000. Wow. That's a lot for a large closet. The architecture is out of place. I am sure everyone living there will be self-satisfied smug bastards thinking they're so cool while their building is destroying the vibe of the nabe.

Gojira said...

My eyeballs keep begging me to insert meat skewers in them so I don't have to see any more photos of these hideous behemoths bristling on the skyline...

Anonymous said...

Who is on the board that keeps approving these buildings that are much taller than the rest of the neighborhoods? I live across the street from 80 E 10th Street, construction starts before and after hours. They get after hours work permits granted almost every weekend. The construction zone is so far into our tiny street that cars get scratched and trees break when delivery trucks come down our increasing narrow street due to the construction. Now construction and scaffolding is taking over 10th street between 2nd and 3rd Ave for the building on the north west corner to add more floors on top. It's crazy to have so much construction and scaffolding up on the same street at the same time which adds to congestion and noise pollution in the neighborhood.

Scuba Diva said...

Donnie Moder wrote: I am sure everyone living there will be self-satisfied smug bastards thinking they're so cool while their building is destroying the vibe of the nabe.

In the [probably apocryphal] words of Frank Lloyd Wright: "If I were to live in New Haven, I would like to live in Harkness Tower so I wouldn't have to look at it when I got up in the morning."

Anonymous said...

To all the commenters above: Remember, WE the actual residents here, do NOT matter at all in the scheme of things. The only people who matter are the ones who can pay $1.1 million for a small studio apartment, or $8.75 million for the privilege of pretending this is a super-upscale area.

Anyone paying over $8 million for an apartment in that location should be committed to Bellevue!

Scuba Diva said...

Also, as a friend [who is a longtime resident of our neighborhood] said to me some time ago: The luxury buildings going up now are the slums of the future.

Anonymous said...

...Gojira, I'm laughing when I ought to be horrified.