The plywood and scaffolding came down here at 84 E. 10th St. between Third Avenue and Fourth Avenue in November ... exposing a rather ugly glass front...
Here's what it looked like a few years ago...
Anyway, retail spaces are available. (There used to be retail here — 99X.) And now the residential portion of the building is on the market. Here's the listing per Bond:
**This is an amazing apartment in a great neighborhood.** **As the only residential unit in the bldg, it is very private.** **Located in a Prime Greenwich Village area, it is close to the best dining & nightlife (and not too far from the subway & Union Square).** **There are many charming features as well: hardwood floors, high ceilings, skylights throughout, lots of windows, washer/dryer in the unit, separate kitchen w/ dishwasher & a huge private roofdeck.** **Stunning 2BR/2.5 Bath Loft w/ Tons of Space!!** **This is a great deal for the area...a must see for anyone & everyone!!**
And what is "a great deal for the area"?
$7,500 a month. (A listing with a different realtor had it going for $8,500.)
A few photos.
As Jeremiah Moss wrote back in November, "These buildings between Third and Fourth Avenues were once the epicenter of the Abstract Expressionist movement in the 1950s." Read that post here.
And I wonder if anyone ever figured out that rooftop noise here?