10-Story ODA Condos Amidst Ascent on Chrystie Street

Posted on: October 19th, 2017 at 5:19 am by

Ten stories of additional upper-crust glitz is on its way for the Chrystie Street midsection…

Indeed, the ODA-designed condo at 165 Chrystie Street started its ascent last month, and is progressing upward quite quickly. As of now, the structure is sitting at over six stories. This sudden burst in activity follows more than a year of snail-pace progress at the job site where the architectural predecessor was razed. (The old commercial building came down in the spring of 2016.)

As previously reported, the ten-story replacement will boast nine full-floor dwellings (presumably condos) including a first-floor duplex across 17,188 square-feet of residential area.

Before the wrecking ball, 165 Chrystie Street had previously operated as a restaurant supply business, but not since moving across to 38 Delancey. You’ll recall that SoHo-based DRK Chrystie LLC acquired the two-story property a couple years ago for $8.4 million. Flashy ODA-Architecture was later tapped to design the ten-story replacement building.

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