250 Bowery Gets Its First Tag

Posted on: February 1st, 2013 at 6:48 am by

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There’s a hot new canvas in town, and it’s situated on the Bowery.

Yes, 250 Bowery just received its first outward response from the street. In paint. The north-facing masonry of the luxury newcomer was recently tagged by a graffiti writer. From this point of view, it’s difficult to decipher the culprit.

Demand for living here has proved quite strong, despite the astronomical price tags. According to Curbed, 16 of 24 units are in contract. And let’s not forget the imminent advent of the game-changing Anthropologie outpost on the ground level. Its mere presence in the commercial Bowery landscape is spelling dollar signs (and tombstones) all over the thoroughfare.

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