Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Sales underway for Rite Aid-adjacent condoplex on 1st Avenue

Sales began yesterday for 75 First Ave., the current foundation in the ground next to the Rite Aid at Fifth Street.

One day, it will be an 8-floor, 22-unit building like the rendering above.

Here's the official blurbage about the address:

Introducing 75 First Avenue, the brain-child of Italian design impresario and Peter Marino protégé Stefano Pasqualetti, and Starchitect Thomas O’Hara. The glass façade of this luxury condominium rises and cantilevers over the heart of the East Village. Amenities include a full-time doorman, a landscaped rooftop deck with panoramic city views, a fitness center, bicycle storage, and a private lounge with a yellow travertine fireplace, pool table, and wet bar for parties and events. 75 First Avenue is located only a few blocks from SoHo, the Lower East Side and the Bowery, and surrounded by an eclectic mix of restaurants, bars, cafes, theaters, shops, and grocery stores. Nearby subway lines include the F and 6.

There are currently five units for sale via Nest Seekers International ... from $995,000 to $2.25 million.

Here are some renderings via Nest Seekers...

Plans here have evolved through the past 10 years here with various developers and architects.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Developer: A shorter building in the works now for 75 First Avenue

High-rise for 75 First Avenue back in play

Long-stalled First Avenue site now has a brand-new rendering

Report: Long-dormant 1st Avenue development site changes hands

Plywood report and the future of 75 1st Ave. (Spoiler: condos)


Anonymous said...

looking forward to the marketing strategy by nestseekers on this one, the wrinkley banner they put up on the poppy lofts on B next to Mamas was a masterstroke.. when i want to spend $2mm, i want to see a f****** wrinkley banner, baby!

Anonymous said...

I always wanted to live above a Rite Aid ...How do I sign up?

Downtowner said...

I like how the Rite-Aid doesn't have any logos in the rendering. Looks less garish and upscale.

East Village Eats said...

'Starchitect'? WTF!!!

Anonymous said...

my sides finally stopped hurting after reading the developer babble, Starchitect almost made we wet my pants. We can only assume those building this fish tank haver purchased the air rights from the Rite Aid building therefore nothing above one floor will ever be built on that lot. I hope the saps that sold those rights go paid big time.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, you assholes, give us back our sidewalk and bike lane. It's a hazard, and if anyone gets hurt I'm sure you'll pay.

Cosmo said...

"The glass façade of this luxury condominium rises and cantilevers over the heart of the East Village."

So, the Rite Aid is the heart of the East Village???

yellow travertine fireplace
eclectic mix
heart of the East Village

Fetch me my barf bag...

Anonymous said...

The bigger problem is the Bike Lane. I would take 100 more overpriced condoes if they would regulate or BAN the bike lane.

Anonymous said...

Only in NYC kids. You gotta love this BS.

Anonymous said...

2 bedroomd are Under 1,000 sq ft and about $2,000,000. I am sorry this is not SoHo, West Village, TriBECa.