A two-bedroom penthouse at 128 E. Seventh St. between Avenue A and First Avenue remains on the market ... the furnished unit is ready for a March 1 move-in. For a $15k monthly rental.
And here's what you will get, per the listing at William B. May...
HIP EAST VILLAGE PENTHOUSE * FIFTY SHADES OF FABULOUS!
Keyed locked elevator has direct entrance into your ARCHITECTURAL MASTERPIECE, not one detail has been overlooked in this meticulously designed, beautifully appointed and exquisitely furnished, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom full floor penthouse loft. Spectacular open city views from the a wall of glass with a complimentary light show every night of Manhattan, relax by the wood-burning fireplace with a beverage of choice. Whip up a gourmet meal, with ease, in this fully equipped Chef's Kitchen and enjoy the convenience of your own laundry room and central air conditioning.
Need some fresh air or want to host a fabulous dinner party? Follow the sky-lit glass staircase to your private, expansive, full floor roof deck and take in the breathtaking sunset and panoramic city views.
We last looked at this unit in October 2013 when it was for sale for $4 million.
I like the afterthought TV stuck between the window and the fireplace, and the Design Within Reach furniture in this "luxury" rental.
Exquisitely furnished? Lol ok.
Listing says it's located in the East Greenwich Village!
Masterfully designed four white walls.
One detail that WAS overlooked was having somebody proof that ridiculous real estate spiel.
What does this P.O.S. apartment have to do with a sex movie?!
@2:18 Everyone's unsatisfied.
@2:18 p.m. -- it's sadomasochistic to live in the EV nowadays esp. there in that penthouse.
Nobody bought so now they're renting it out for $15,000/month - to live in a sterile white box with hardwood floors on 7th bet A & B? No wonder it "remains on the market."
If I hear the words East Village and luxury in the same sentence one more time...
My friends built that place. They moved just after their baby was born. They added a whole floor to the building. Sorry to see then go but even sorrier to see the overpriced crap and further squeezing of the neighborhood they left in their wake.
I can only imagine the noise on that block...
I like the apartment but NOT the location. The real EV is gone. RIP.
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