210 Bowery Condos Hit the Market Starting at $2.7M

Posted on: August 4th, 2017 at 5:08 am by

Two years and a construction fiasco later, the tall dark horse at 210 Bowery is finally ready for residents.

The resurrected 210 Bowery boasts seven full-floor units comprising 12,824 square-feet of floor area; the single commercial space is slated for 1,989 square-feet. Amenities include roof deck, basement storage, and seven bicycle spaces.

For the moment, though, there are only three active sale listings – a pair of two-bedroom apartments ($2.7 million and $3.9 million) and a three-bedroom ($4 million). There are also renderings.

As previously reported, Acadia Realty Trust purchased the property almost five years ago for $7.5 million. The former 1930s-era flophouse had been undergoing foundation and underpinning when, in August 2015, a basement wall collapsed, and threatened to sideline the whole project. Progress was delayed for at least a year, and finally went back on track in mid-2016.

No word just yet on the commercial occupant.

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