Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Full views of the zinc-clad 347 Bowery

Workers have removed the construction netting from the Annabelle Selldorf-designed 347 Bowery ... allowing for full views of the 13-story luxury building with the zinc panels at Third Street ...

As previously noted, the building will feature five stacked town homes: "The four duplex units and penthouse triplex each have a central spiraling staircase and suspended catwalk which overlooks the main living space and provides a separation between the master and secondary bedrooms."

According to Streeteasy, two of the units are in contract with three left for sale.

The homes will sit atop a two-story commercial base.

No. 347 was previously the Salvation Army's East Village Residence.

Previously on EV Grieve:
The Salvation Army's former East Village Residence will be demolished on the Bowery

Whatever happened to that really ugly hotel planned for the Bowery?

Looks like 347 Bowery will be home to a 13-floor mixed-use residential development

The future of 347 Bowery (sorta!) revealed

Let's take a look at 347 Bowery, now and in the future

347 Bowery getting its zinc supplements


Anonymous said...

What a visually messy corner.

Gojira said...

Oh goodie, yet another horrorshow. Pretty soon my head will be spinning like Linda Blair's in The Exorcist, vainly looking for a chunk of sky undefiled by what are essentially cheesy-looking phalli.

cmarrtyy said...

Dull. Boring. Badly placed on the lot. There's only one setback building that works in the city - Lever House.


From the street, it looks like the covered it with exterior foam insulation and called it a day.

Anonymous said...

How did soulless gray become the "in" color for boring developments. Old post office on 14th, crap "dorms" on B and 12th, and this endeavor that could have made a mark.. has fallen very very short. I hate it to say it, but boringness like this makes that jewish guy from westchester's building on 12th and A look better and better.

Pinch said...

I'm not an architect but I strongly recommended some type of railings on those balconies.

Anonymous said...


Joey Blau said...

Pinch... nah.. makes life exciting in the city! Much better views, and more wind!