A new mixed-use condominium building is racing toward completion in the East Village of Manhattan. 24 2nd Avenue has topped out at the 10th story, with nearly all window installation now complete. Permits were filed for the structure in mid-2015, replacing East Village’s last gas station. AORE Capital is responsible for the development.
The 120-foot tall structure yields 70,750 square feet, with 52,700 square feet of residential space, and 6,000 square feet of commercial-retail space on the ground floor.
31 apartments will be created, averaging 1,700 square feet apiece, suggesting some pricey condominiums to come. The corner-windows will be particularly sought-after for potential residents, with possible views of the nearby Sara D. Roosevelt Park across East Houston Street, and Brooklyn Bridge further out.
RSVP Studio will be responsible for the design.
As of now, it’s unclear if a sales team has begun working on the 24 2nd Avenue just yet. The project is expected to be complete within the year.