Cantilevers are typically deployed on taller and bulkier buildings in New York City, but as construction techniques continue to improve, smaller structures are also increasingly beginning to feature overhangs. Such is the case at 80 East 10th Street, in the East Village, where Nava Companies’ new 10-story building is now three floors above street level, as seen in the latest photo by YIMBY Forumer rbrome.
SBLM Architects is designing the structure, which will span just over 26,000 square feet in total. There will be 2,172 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor, topped by the residential component, which will be divided between 12 units, translating into an average size of about 2,000 square feet, i.e. condominiums.
Completion is likely by 2019.