‘Sunshine Cinema’ Office Building Replacement Begins Marketing Push with New Renderings
The reincarnation of the former Sunshine Cinema takes a new leap forward this week.
East End Capital and K Property Group purchased the Lower East Side theater last year for $31.5 million and are redeveloping the property into a 65,000 square-foot commercial tower. For the moment, it’s still standing, yet remains a magnet for feces and graffiti.
Meantime, as the Sunshine Cinema awaits the full weight of the wrecking ball – demolition was initially earmarked for spring 2018 – the developers just began marketing the forthcoming new boutique office space. The nine-story building will boast eight full-floor units ranging in size from 5,000 to 6,800 square-feet. Each column-free office will have 12-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, concierge services, and private terraces. Other shared amenities include an executive conference room and roof deck. There is also one multi-level retail space with 60 feet of frontage.
East End Capital released additional renderings of the forthcoming reality here, which includes a new “Houston Alley” between their building and Yonah Schimmel Knishes.
Roger Ferris + Partners is the architect of record.
[h/t City Realty]