The average asking price for a home in the East Village is $ 1.3 million, according to StreetEasy data panel. That puts our most popular sale for September 14th at nearly half a million dollars below average for this ever-popular neighborhood.
Everything that makes the East Village better – restaurants, bars, nightlife – slowly but surely revives after the blockade of COVID-19. Until the neighborhood returns to its usual relentless self, wouldn’t it be nice to wait for things in this charming secret garden? The common space of 6,000 square feet provides a peaceful foliage background and is accessible directly from this East Village 1BR.
Despite its layout in a historic 19th-century town hall, this jewelry store is as modern as it gets. The space has been renovated and adapted to the handle, from the white oak herringbone floors to the high-efficiency wood burning fireplace. The kitchen is tiny but tricky with frugal, high-quality appliances. The bathroom is equipped in polished carara marble. There is custom built-in storage in all available corners. And they even managed to find a place for an indoor washer / dryer!