Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Full reveal at Thirteen East (of Thirteen East + West fame)

Workers recently removed the construction netting and scaffolding at 436 E. 13th St. between Avenue A and First Avenue, as the above photo via EVG regular Pinch shows.

This is one of the twin 6-floor condos — dubbed dubbed Thirteen East + West — rising on this block. No. 442 is still slightly hidden...

And the rendering of the final products...

Here's the official blurbage about the condos via the last news release on the development:

THIRTEEN EAST + WEST will offer 12 sun-drenched, full-floor two-bedroom homes, with floor-to-ceiling windows, private storage, balconies, and roof decks. The 1,706 square foot residence offers top-of-the-line internationally-inspired finishes, with Lualdi Italian doors, Alta Cucine kitchens, Miele appliance package and Rossetto Italia wardrobes. Each building will feature one state-of-the-art penthouse with private roof deck and a private, single car parking garage.

The prices range between $2.350 million and $3.7 million. It doesn't appear that sales are underway just yet here. None of the units are listed for now via Ryan Serhant and his Nest Seekers crew.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Tracking the coming changes to East 13th Street between Avenue A and 1st Avenue

A look at the new luxury condos coming soon to East 13th Street

Temporary art and future condos on East 13th Street

Demo time for East 13th Street garages that will yield to luxury condos

A look at the residences coming to Thirteen East + West on East 13th Street


Anonymous said...

Ryan Serhant's last masterstroke of advertising the Poppy Lofts was a Kinkos banner and dead plants in the balcony planters. But you don't need to do much when foreign money, group investors, and unscrupulous people who wouldn't be wanted in a co-op come calling.

Anonymous said...

I didn't know sun drenched northern exposure windows.

cmarrtyy said...

"... sun drenched northern exposure windows" but they forgot "blood stained sidewalks". Oh, well.

Gojira said...

Why are they so light and airy-looking in the rendering, and so dark and menacing-looking in reality?

Anonymous said...

Roof decks, patios and backyards- nothing but noise

Al Cabal said...

That is FABULOUSLY hideous. Architectural vandalism is all the rage these days.