Rendering Reveal Week continues... as a new website for Ben Shaoul's condoplex at 100 Avenue A between East Sixth Street and East Seventh Street has been unleashed (h/t Curbed!).
As previously reported, the residences at the
Let's enter the lobby...
... and head on up to one of the residences...
Per the 100 Avenue A website:
100 Avenue A has 32 units, ranging from one to three Bedroom residences with four Penthouse units. Whichever you choose, your home will have stunning floor plans, light-filled layouts, and expansive windows for taking in the view outside. When your friends and family come over, they might even ask to move in.
• Bianco Dolimiti Honed Marble Bathroom Tile
• Waterworks Polished Nickel Bathroom Fixtures
• Kitchen Design by Effeti
• Sabia White Oak Herringbone Kitchen Floors
• Statuary White Marble Kitchen Countertops
• Calacatta Honed Marble Herringbone Backsplash
• Miele Refrigerator, Oven and Cooktop, Dishwasher, Washer/Dryer in all units
And what else can new residents expect in the building? Back to the website!
100 Avenue A has a private landscaped roof deck.
Things that it’s good for:
• Sunbathing and picnic-ing
• Looking up at the night sky
• Thinking happy thoughts about your apartment below
• Lounging and laughing with friends
Things that it’s not good for:
• Being inside
The building also has another roof garden on the second floor, so you can experience all these benefits twice over
And if you are still breathing, the newly launched site also offers insights into its naked-person marketing motif ...
When we began building 100 Avenue A, we wanted to create a place for people who strive to make their mark on the city. Working with the gifted architect Ramy Issac of Issac and Stern, we believe that we’ve realized that vision. The building stands proudly in the center of the East Village, a neighborhood with a storied past of iconoclasts.
Today, a new generation of residents are reanimating and updating the area’s transgressive traditions with their creativity and vitality. 100 Avenue A is the embodiment of the East Village’s ever-evolving identity. It’s for the brave and the bold: people who want the finest that New York has to offer, and who aren’t afraid to break conventions.
Developer Ben Shaoul bought the former theater-turned market at 100 Avenue A in the spring of 2013 for $15.5 million.
Previously on EV Grieve:
A little bit of Hollywood on Avenue A
Inside the abandoned theater at East Village Farms on Avenue A
New Facebook group is advocating for a Trader Joe's on Avenue A
Workers back demolishing what's left of 98-100 Avenue A
Rest assured, there isn't a fire in the hole at 98-100 Avenue A
Continued dewatering at Ben Shaoul's 98-100 Avenue A prompts visit by the FDNY
Ben Shaoul's 98-100 Avenue A emerging from the dewatering hole
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