Monday, September 29, 2014

Full reveal at the all-new 200 E. 11th St.

The exterior work appears to be complete at 200 E. 11th St., home of the rebranded Eleventh and Third. The 12-floor building went through a top-to-bottom renovation, emerging looking less like a 1970s-era dorm …

Oh, and here is a photo from Saturday after workers removed the sidewalk bridge… (the other photos are from Friday) …

Benchmark Real Estate Group paid $57 million for the building late last year.

The building on East 11th Street and Third Avenue now includes a gym, yoga studio, rooftop terrace and lobby with espresso machines. Apparently people have been indulgingStreeteasy shows five active listings, with an average price of $4,887.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Someone actually paid $57 million for this East Village building

Reimagining this 12-story East Village building, now on the market

NY Copy & Printing forced out of longtime E. 11th St. home, opening second location on E. 7th St.

Eleventh and Third indulges in some nonsensical branding

Rebranded 'Eleventh and Third' will have rentals upwards of $10k

Retail space housing The Smith and M2M asking $25.5 million on 3rd Avenue


Anonymous said...

Oh remodeled building what big windows you have? The better to see NYU my dear.

Anonymous said...

This "remodel" is a bad visual joke.

Truth-in-advertising would require them to say: "Rent here & spend a fortune each month to live across the street from an NYU dorm! It's totally NOT worth the money, but we think you're too stupid to know that. In fact, our ENTIRE business model depends on lots of young people (with mommy & daddy as guarantors) cheerfully paying too much into our bank account each month. We'd pity you fools, but we're too busy raking in your money."

Pikachu de Gallo said...

SO much better! Now it looks like a '90s era dorm... from Boston!

Scuba Diva said...

One would think with all of the residential units being market-rate now, that the rent of the commercial spaces would come down some.

What do you think are the chances of that happening?