It appears that the 12-floor condoplex rising at the former open-air shops on Broadway near East Fourth Street has reached the top... as the photo from the last sunny day here shows...
The 16-unit project is known as 1 Great Jones Alley, which will include a "private gated alley" via Great Jones...the broker bunting on the sidewalk bridge promises "a private paradise" ...
Here's some more about the project via the 1 Great Jones website....
On the very street where Andy Warhol once lived and other artists like Basquiat and Haring exchanged ideas with musicians and writers, a new legacy is born.
While that one sinks in... check out the private wet spa, which "pays homage to the bathhouses that once populated this area of Downtown Manhattan, incorporating Corten steel, Venetian plaster, stone, glass and wood throughout."
[Via the 1 Great Jones Alley website]
Three units, ranging from $4.95 million to $8.95 million, are currently available, according to the property's website.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Retail plans revealed for 12-floor condo building replacing open-air market on Broadway
NoHo flea market gutted ahead of new condo project on Broadway
Looking at One Great Jones Alley, 'a private paradise'
At the former home of the Broadway flea market, condos will cost upwards of $22 million