165 Avenue B
Avenue B & 11 East Village
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Floor-through. Two-bedroom. Owner's unit. est $3,200 per month.
Floor-through. Two-bedroom. Owner unit, est $3,200 per month.
Floor-through. Two-bedroom, rented at $2,900 per month. Lease expires 5/31/2013.
Floor-through. Three-bedroom. $3,450 per month. Lease expires 11/2012.
GROUND FLOOR, unit F & G
Former store-front (studio) and rear one-bedroom, $2290 per month (Front) and $2850 (Ground). NSF 2,056.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.5,703
Great live/work 'loft' building for sale on a prime block in the East Village; just steps from Tompkins Square Park. Approximately 5,700 square feet, this six unit apartment building has tremendous upside since the spaces can be used for residential, commercial and retail. Four of the units can be delivered vacant and the remaining two within one year. The building has a commercial overlay which allows the ground floor to be used as retail or commercial space. The five story building is 23'8" wide with two and three bedroom floor through apartments on the top four floors and two commercial units on the ground floor, one with a separate entrance. The lot is 93' deep with a large garden, there is a two story extension on the rear, the building's mechanicals were upgraded, and the facade, parapet and fire escape staircase were restored in 2011. 1,865 sq ft of air rights remain. Zoned R7-2 with a C1-5 overlay. A solid building and a great value!
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Downtown on the East Side, from Houston to 14th Street and from the Bowery and Third Avenue to the East River.
Whether it’s the mushrooming of modern new condos or the reclamation of some beloved parks, few neighborhoods have changed as much over the past couple of decades as the East Village. The growth of New York University to the West has helped drive the East Village’s renaissance, so that old-fashioned retail like hardware stores stands cheek-by-jowl with shops where you can buy all kinds of trendy luxury. Much of the East Village housing stock is tenement-style walkups with co-ops for sale or rentals that make great shares, but some offer hidden delights like roof decks and garden access to their residents. If it’s an elevator and a Bulthaup kitchen you’re seeking, head over near Avenue B to check out the jazzy new condo developments.