Workers recently removed the remaining sidewalk bridges and construction netting to provide full Full reveals at three new developments...
64 E. First St.
There are six, full-floor residences here between First Avenue and Second Avenue ... at the site of the former horrible hookah hotspot LaVie.
The website for 64 East — located [heh] in the "Bowery District" — shows that only one unit (just under $3.3 million) remains for sale. David Schwimmer reportedly just checked out a unit here for a possible bachelor pad.
438 E. 12th St. (aka Steiner East Village)
There's a full FULL reveal on the 11th Street and Avenue A sides of developer Douglas Steiner's Steiner East Village... the 12th Street side still remains under wraps...
The 7-story, 82-unit building officially at 438 E. 12th St. features homes starting at $1.1 million. There are currently seven units listed as available at the Steiner East Village website. Amenities include a 24-hour lobby concierge, 50-foot-long pool, spa, gym, library, etc.
There is, at the moment, some address chaos on the sidewalk bridge...
Steiner bought the former Mary Help of Christians property in 2012 from the Archdiocese of New York for $41 million.
The sidewalk bridge is gone from outside 319 Bowery, undergoing a condo conversion after 45 years as the Amato Opera here between First Street and Second Street. (This four-story brick building was a cigar factory from 1899 to 1926.)
We recently noted that the retail space here is asking $34,995.
The developer is Steven Croman, who's facing suits in both civil and criminal court.