reports this morning.
The building "has 28 one-and-two bedroom apartments and will be delivered vacant." (Actually, isn't this a dorm for SVA students?)
Also, there are "an additional 7,802 square feet of as-of-right air rights," per The Real Deal. Perhaps NYU will take another crack at this property? The school originally wanted the site, according to The Villager.
Prior to construction of this new building, the address housed Bendiner & Schlesinger blood labs. The place was demolished in 2005... there was a plaque on the East 10th Street side commemorating Peter Stuyvesant, whose family once owned the buildings.
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