As Curbed noted last summer, there are five 1,200-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom homes — two of which have private rooftop decks. The sixth unit is a 900-square-foot ground-level apartment, which has a private garden.
The interiors will feature wide plank floors, white lacquered kitchen cabinetry, Caesarstone counters — that kind of thing.
Seems as if construction has taken awhile here. The original estimates called for a spring-time completion. But, you know.
Here's what an EVG commenter had to say about No. 277 the other day:
"[The work] has been excruciatingly slow and loud. It's been well over a year now of construction noise and workers shouting starting at 7 am Monday through Saturday, and they still have a long way to go. As neighbors who have to work late, it's been a huge disruption to our lives."
Here's a look at the rendering...
Previously on EV Grieve:
The next sliver of space for development: The parking lot at 277 Seventh St.
Seventh Street parking lot destined to become 6-floor apartment building
A look at the dwindling number of East Village lots
City OK's 6-floor, 6-unit condo for former East Seventh Street parking lot