14 Second Avenue Completes Construction in East Village, Manhattan

14 Second Avenue. Designed by Hustvedt Cutler Architects

Construction is finished on 14 Second Avenue, a ten-story residential building in the East Village. Designed by David Cutler of Hustvedt Cutler Architects and developed by Daniel Vislocky of Station Companies, the 100-foot-tall structure spans 22,247 square feet and yields ten full-floor condominium units with an average scope of 1,685 square feet, as well as two cellar levels and a 30-foot-long rear yard. Tirosh & Team at Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is handling sales and New Empire Building Corporation was the co-developer and general contractor for the property, which stands on a narrow plot between First State Green Cultural Park and a row of low-rise buildings between East Houston and East 1st Streets.

Work has fully wrapped up since our last update in October 2021, when the reinforced concrete superstructure had just begun to rise above street level. The façade was designed by Garrison Architects and features white and blue metal panels framing a grid of floor-to-ceiling windows. The main entrance sits beneath a sidewalk canopy along Second Avenue.

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Condominium units come in two- to three-bedroom layouts and are finished with energy-efficient triple-pane windows, wide-plank European oak flooring, and full-size washers and dryers. Kitchens have Italian-made Ascent cabinets designed by Dom Interiors, dark matte Dornbracht fixtures, a Bosch microwave, 23-bottle undercounted wine cooler, and a Miele appliance packages including a refrigerator, induction cooktop, a convection oven, and a dishwasher.

Primary bathrooms feature large Raffa White porcelain tile floors, polished Super White Celadon walls, a Nublado textured marble accent wall, Corian Glacier White marble vanity countertops, Kohler fixtures, and radiant heated floors. Secondary bathrooms get Azul matte porcelain tiled floors, Lago di Vitto stone tiled walls, Corain Glacier White vanity countertops, Kohler fixtures, a white Zuma tub, and radiant heated floors.

Amenities include a common rooftop terrace, built-in BBQ grilling stations, a fitness center, a package room, and a virtual doorman.

The local F train is located to the west at the Second Avenue station. Retail, entertainment, and dining options abound across the East Village and the adjacent Lower East Side, Bowery, and Noho neighborhoods.

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21 Comments on "14 Second Avenue Completes Construction in East Village, Manhattan"

  1. …. AND the building has already been tagged. Graffiti is vandalism. If the owners and marketers can’t keep this off the building, why would any buyer have any faith in expecting good maintenance in other manners?

  2. It’s amazing how they managed to build on such a tight and narrow plot of land

  3. Already has graffiti. NYC is disgusting.

    Why do we have to live like this?

    • You can always move to place where graffiti doesn’t exist

      • Such a strang response. So Mayor Kenny, if someone breaks the windows of your home, it’s all cool? You definitely have the right handle, “Mayor”, you fit the job for sure. Let’s love on criminals and hate on hard working, law abiding citizens that respect people and property. So warped.

    • East village is very high crime.

  4. Perry Rothenberg | August 27, 2023 at 11:39 am | Reply

    Great corner setting with open space.

    The neighborhood is in high demand and popular.

  5. That’s some seriously transparent glass. The southern exposure is going to bake the interiors. Check out that dude on the ladder.

  6. That nice Romanesque Revival building to its left had its parapet mutilated, we need to stop this

    • Agreed. It looks like its been that way for many years already. The city needs a special DOB program that uses a tax credit to help building owners prevent the worst architectural defacements like these parapet and cornice strippings and assist in restorations/preservation which could include recreating/replacement dilapidated tin cornices with fiberglass replicas.

  7. Alas, 50% sold

  8. Great location, busy for sure, for the young and trendy

  9. Unique and appealing offering for the neighborhood.

  10. If you can’t stand the heat… This is the East Village ~what’s the big deal about graffiti? Soon the graffiti artist will be selling in the gallery down the block.

  11. David : Sent From Heaven. | August 31, 2023 at 10:39 pm | Reply

    White and blue panels are beautiful with graffiti, so sprayed illicitly on a wall like this I have agreed to disgusting: Thanks to Michael Young.

  12. I don’t think this facade will age well. The blue panels already look randomly placed. Any sort of slipped flashing, dings or rainwater stains will only accentuate the shabby effect.

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