The two residential units at Icon Realty’s 327 E. Ninth St. have been on the market (per Streeteasy) for the past month.
So far, no takers for the rentals here between First Avenue and Second Avenue at this site of a former parking lot.
The listing notes that this building — nearly five years in the making, somehow — is “Redefining the Townhouse Experience.”
Here’s part of the pitch:
Designed by Isaac & Stern Architects with interiors by Paris Forino, this brand-new building was designed with a traditional limestone facade that stands as a new classic, elegantly utilizing modern finishes that establish a new contemporary elegance, raising the benchmark for luxury living in the East Village.
Both beautifully appointed residences offer open layouts and a transitional aesthetic featuring a light color palette which has been highlighted by radiant heated White Appalachian Oak Floors and Christopher Peacock Kitchens with luxurious Italian Arabescato Marble countertops and backsplashes.
Bathrooms feature Dornbracht fixtures adorned with Zebrino Marble.
Both residences feature outstanding private outdoor experiences with private balconies on each floor, a private expansive roof deck and multiple landscaped private patio spaces with copper trimmed LED perimeter lighting and full outdoor kitchens.
The quadruplex and the triplex are asking $30,000 per month (with one month free on a year-long lease). Also, there is no fee.
Previously on EV Grieve:
The big dig begins for 6-story, 2-unit condo on East 9th Street