BP-Replacing Condo Debuts on 2nd Avenue with Mathieu Lehanneur Showroom

Posted on: December 18th, 2019 at 5:03 am by

The last gas station in the East Village is now a ten-story condoplex. Now, after more than two years of construction, the limestone-clad development at 24 2nd Avenue inches ever closer to occupancy.

Construction materials are gone.

The incoming mixed-use development, designed by RSVP Studio, boasts thirty apartments, including a pair of duplexes, and capped with a duplex penthouse with private roofdeck. All range in price from $1.1 million to $10.5 million. Amenities include a bike storage room, tenant storage, a fitness room, and a second-floor “outdoor tenant recreation area.”

To that end, the first occupant is already settled. A high-end showroom for designer Mathieu Lehanneur on the ground floor. Awning was installed last month and store is now live.

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AORE Holdings LLC purchased 24 Second Avenue back in July 2014 for an unwieldy $32 million. BP and its symbiotic mechanic shop shuttered shortly thereafter. The development company is helmed by Yan Ouaknine and Dan Azogui, formerly of Brack Capital Real Estate.

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