Construction Wraps On Seven-Story, 23-Unit Mixed-Use Project At 227 Grand Street, Chinatown

227 Grand Street227 Grand Street. Photo via Bowery Boogie.

Construction appears to have been completed on the seven-story, 23-unit mixed-use project at 227 Grand Street, located on the corner of Elizabeth Street in Chinatown. The project is a redevelopment of three existing commercial structures that stood two or three stories in height. The expanded structure contains 6,929 square feet of commercial space, consisting of retail on the ground and second floors, in addition to office space also on the second floor. The residential units, across floors three through seven, should average 574 square feet apiece, indicative of rentals.

An anonymous Burlington, Vermont-based LLC is the property owner and Gene Kaufman’s SoHo-based architecture firm is the architect, Bowery Boogie reported. Occupancy can likely be expected in the coming weeks to months.

223 Grand Street

Outdated design for 223 Grand Street. Rendering by Gene Kaufman Architect.

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2 Comments on "Construction Wraps On Seven-Story, 23-Unit Mixed-Use Project At 227 Grand Street, Chinatown"

  1. Morning..YIMBY..see design on facade of the building, seven-story avoid window’s frame from the neighborhood.

  2. The red design looks like a swastika

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