Anyway, some of the Copp's early renderings did look awfully nice and luxurious, such as:
And now check out the photos via the listing for the 850-square-foot one bedroom (on the fifth floor, and going for $790,000):
It looks pretty dull and drab. What's with the single lightbulb hanging in the kitchen? And what's with the tinted plastic covering half the windows? (Is this to frustrate the potential peepers?)
Anyway, according to Streeteasy, there are 10 active listings...and eight listings in contract.
Apparently the photos above are phonies.... per the comments at Curbed...
Hi Curbedsters and friends. These are not photos of the project. What this is, is a small RE sales company using our name and photos of a different project to obtain client via their website. I would be happy to bring anybody into the project at anytime to see the work that is being done. Please know that these photos are not of our property "The Copper Building" just a scam to trick buyers. Call me at anytime 212-321-7113 my Name is Brian Meier www.Bkmeier.com and I have been working on the building for two years now. I would be happy to give you all a personal tour of the property you will see that we look nothing like the photos presented
As Curbed noted, the photos have already been pulled from the Manhattan Management Group site.