Thursday, November 12, 2015

Sidewalk bridge comes down as condo conversion continues at former East 6th Street synagogue

Workers have removed the sidewalk bridge from outside the former Congregation Mezritch Synagogue at 415 E. Sixth St., EVG reader Michael Hirsch reports.

The under-renovation space, which includes an additional level, will house three condos... with pricing starting at $2.95 million…

The slogan for the residences here between Avenue A and First Avenue: "History reimagined … For modern living."

To date, the teaser website just has contact info about the condos. No sign of interior renderings or other details just yet.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Plan to add condos to historic East Sixth Street synagogue back on

Play spot the potential penthouse atop the East Village synagogue

A final look inside the Anshei Meseritz synagogue on East Sixth Street

Stained-glass windows removed ahead of condo conversion at Congregation Mezritch Synagogue

Condos at former East 6th Street synagogue will start at just under $3 million


Anonymous said...

"History remained … For modern living."

What is this even supposed to mean? All respect to those who are learning English, but maybe they shouldn't work as copywriters.

Anonymous said...

Anon 8:57: "History remained … For modern living." It speaks to me, but then again, so do my neighbor's dogs.

Makeout said...

$2.95...$4.3.. Fucking prices sound like a used car lot!

Anonymous said...

The bastardization of the Star of David as part of the real estate developer's signage on their website is infuriating and insulting. I'm bracing myself for when someone refers to the place as a former "temple".

Anonymous said...

It says "History reimagined … For modern living" not "remained."

EV Grieve said...

You are correct… auto-correct likes remained over reimagined … and I didn't notice… thanks.