[Marketing materials for 277 E. 7th St.]
The Wall Street Journal checks in with an article titled "New Units Start to Spell Luxury in Manhattan’s Alphabet City," basically a free plug for the developers trying to move the condos at 277 E. Seventh St. near Avenue D.
To the article!
More restaurants and boutiques, long common on First Avenue and Avenue A, are opening on Avenue C. Lower prices than can be found closer to First and Second avenues in the East Village are enticing more buyers farther east, developers say.
“You’ve certainly got all the elements there — the park, the restaurants, pretty blocks, a lot of stuff within walking distance — it’s also very bike-friendly,” says Steve Ferguson, co-founder of Saddle Rock Equities, who with his partner Joe Eisner developed 277 E. Seventh St., a six-unit condominium between Avenues C and D. “It feels a little slow-paced — it almost feels like Brooklyn in a way.”