Showing posts with label 110 Third Ave.. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 110 Third Ave.. Show all posts

Friday, August 29, 2014

BBQ with a view for $12k a month

Starting Nov. 1, you can rent this three-bedroom penthouse at 110 Third Ave. near East 14th Street.

Here are more details from the listing, which arrived on Streeteasy at the beginning of the month:

The open Chefs kitchen features Volcanic Basaltina counter tops and Subzero and Bosch appliances, including dishwasher and washer/dryer. The master bedroom features an on-suite bathroom with his and her sinks and an 8’ Mr. Steam full body spray showers and sound system. This condominium is a phenomenal residence for anyone looking to live at the top of a prestigious New York City luxury building with a full time concierge and doorman. In addition, this luxury building has a fully equipped fitness center, illuminated contemplation garden, and cold storage for Fresh Direct.

Going rate for the great BBQ views and Mr. Steam — $12,000 a month.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

The most affordable thing now at 110 Third Ave. is the $199,000 rooftop cabana

Yes, that's right ... right over here at 110 Third Ave. near 14th Street.

Here's the Corcoran listing:

"Private roof cabana – 479 square feet. Stunning views of downtown, the river and the Manhattan skyline."

And here it is... what you get for $199,000:

One catch: It's only available for purchase with apartment 18C. (Or if you happen to already live at 110 Third Ave.) And 18C is going for $2.499 million.

Monday, August 8, 2011

110 Third Ave. is missing its 3

Dunno exactly when this happened. Was the 3 broken? Stolen? Has anyone checked the 3 at 123 Third Ave.?

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

First glass: 123 vs. 110

Stare at the patterns of 123 Third Ave. and 110 Third Ave. long enough and they start looking like the same building...

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Another swank resale hits the market at One Ten Third Avenue

Another million-dollar home is now on the market in the EV view killer at One Ten Third Avenue... We pointed out this resale for $1.42 million on June 10...

There's now a three-bedroom home on sale ....

Says Corcoran:

Sun-filled and spacious 3 Bedroom, 2.5 bath condo in a full-service contemporary building. Light streams through the floor-to-ceiling windows throughout this urban home. There is a large living/dining room with full-length terrace, open windowed kitchen featuring top-of-the-line appliances and volcanic stone countertops. The master suite features a walk-in closet and bathroom with porcelain double sinks and separate glass shower and soaking tub. Two additional bedrooms, each containing their own walk-in closets, and a full bathroom completes the private area. The apartment also features pale oak floors, Bosch washer/dryer, five zone central air, a powder room, and additional hallway closet space.

According to StreetEasy, the previous sale was recorded here in December 2007 for $2,091,475.

It's now listed at $2.6 million. And there are several other million-dollar homes here for sale. Pretty big building here, so this all may be a coincidence that several people are selling after three years of living at One Ten...

Thursday, June 10, 2010

There is no end to the million-dollar homes on the market now in the East Village

Yeppers, this two bedroomer in EV view killer One Ten Third Avenue (Jeremiah has a history of this block here) JUST went on the market... Per the listing:

The lovely residence has an expansive living & dining area with a built-in media system, custom window treatments and there are spacious California closets throughout. The loft-style open kitchen has volcanic Balsitina stone countertops, a Thermador oven & cook top, Veneto glass tile back splash, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher & Jenn-air microwave & convection oven. The Master bedroom boasts a walk-in California closet and en-suite luxurious limestone master bath with double sinks & Wenge wood cabinets, a Kohler soaking tub and separate seamless glass shower. Throughout the apartment you will find airy white oak floors, a 4 zone central air & heat system & it also includes a Bosch washer/dryer. As a dazzling (almost) new condo where the East Village meets Union Square, this full service building features a common roof deck, a fully-equipped fitness center, refrigerated storage, & illuminated contemplation garden.

It originally sold in October 2007 for $1.279 million. It's now going for $1.42 million. Something to contemplate in the garden.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

High drama: a secluded perch for looking down on Third Avenue

There's a lavish unit new to the market at the "impressively awful" 110 Third Ave. Per the listing:

This dramatic corner 2-bedroom at 110 Third Avenue features a private rooftop cabana and has wonderful south and west exposures that bring in fantastic sunlight throughout the day. Built to the highest specifications by The Toll Brothers, this home features floor to ceiling windows, central air conditioning, a Bosch washer/dryer and white oak flooring. In the master bedroom there is a large walk in closet and a luxurious master bathroom with double sinks, soaking tub, and separate stall shower. The kitchen is open to the living room and features Volcanic stone countertops, a Thermador oven, Subzero refrigerator, and Bosch dishwasher. What sets this home apart from any other place you will see is the large private terrace on the roof. From this secluded perch, complete with water and electric, you can enjoy amazing views of the NY skyline that is perfect for gardening, entertaining and sunbathing.

The pad is listed at 1.55 million... A quick look at StreetEasy reveals this unit sold for 1.501 million in August 2007. See it for yourself during an open house Sunday afternoon from 1-3. Swimsuit optional.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Posts that I never got around to posting: Unusual fenestration pattern

City Reality listed the Pros and Cons for One Ten Third Avenue...

Roof deck
Good public transportation
Close to Union Square
Many balconies
Unusual fenestration pattern
Fitness center
Close to Strand book store
Close to many movie theaters

Considerable traffic
No sidewalk landscaping
Unusual fenestration pattern

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Measuring Tempo

So there are new ads on the bus shelter at Third Avenue between 13th Street and 14th Street for this HIGH-TECH wonder of a living space, Tempo. Interestingly enough, these ads are almost right outside the kind-of-stodgy-now-by-comparison One Ten 3rd high rise by the Toll Brothers...

Here's what the residence would look like if you had a photo of it on your knock-off iPod...

Anyway, a little later I was on 23rd Street and Second Avenue...For some reason I thought Tempo was a little further along...

P.S. An image from the Tempo Web site....

Friday, December 12, 2008


From the Strong Buzz via Eater:

If you’ve had enough of Red Mango, Flurt, YogoMonster and the dozen or other Pinkberry clones that have opened at warp speed around town, it’s time for you to check out Daydream, Union Square’s newest chef-driven frozen yogurt shop.
Owned by Gwen Butler and partners, the shop is fashioned like an old-school ice cream parlor with elegant Italian celeste marble tables and counters, walls and ceiling painted as a windswept blue sky, dark tiled flooring and glossy white high wood wainscoting.Their yogurt is prepared in four flavors from live cultures: green tea, pomegranate, and two styles of plain—one is low-fat with a creamy texture and the other is a light-textured nonfat ($3/$5/$6 for plain flavors, $4/$5/$7 for flavored yogurts).
But the hook at this shop is the toppings (30-85 cents each) which are all made in-house by chef Greg Pena (and some by Ian Russo) like butter rum crunch, peanut butter crumble, and chocolate covered pretzel bits. More unique toppings include infused and spiced wild honeys, organic fruit dust, dehydrated espresso, milled flax seed, honey roasted wheat germ, and chocolate block shavings grated to order. All their nuts are double-roasted for extra flavor, and we toast our coconut as well. Coming soon, they’ll be serving "moffles" which are mochi waffles.

Previously on EV Grieve:
Dare to Daydream! -- and eat Fro-Yo

Monday, December 1, 2008

Dare to Daydream! -- and eat Fro-Yo

As we previously noted, the glassy condo at 110 Third Ave. between 13th Street and 14th Street is getting a Fro-Yo shoppe to go along with its Bank of America branch. That Fro-Yo shoppe is now open as of Saturday. [UPDATED: It actually hasn't opened just yet...Grub Street reports that it will open later this week, pending delivery of equipment.]

The sign at this space originally said (warned?) that a Double Fraiche Fro-Yo was opening. Instead, it's a Daydream. Update: Oops part duh! Didn't realize Daydream was the winning pick from a Grub Street reader....Read about it here.

For further Fro-Yo reading on EV Grieve.

Monday, June 30, 2008

But of course (And a look back at 110 Third Ave.)

So what's new at 110 Third Ave.? (Or, shall I say One Ten Third Ave.?)

And this branch won't haven't any of that panhandling (they spell it pan handling, meaning someone who handles pans? Or something to hold hot pots with?) or nonbanking business!

Meanwhile, a moment of silence for the old 110 Third Ave. (Sigh.)

RIP, June 2005.

[Photo courtesy of Patrick Crowley]

And, of course, 110 Third Ave.'s place in cinematic history: