193 Henry Street

Selling the First Modular Condo Development on the Lower East Side

Posted October 23, 2018 at 5:02 am

The not-so-idyllic Idylls is ready for occupancy on Henry Street. The seven-story modular development – stacked together over the course of six days last spring – houses five full-floor, two-bedroom apartments (with terraces) and commercial retail on the ground. Pre-fab condo units are all priced at a spending ask of $2.1 million. Brooklyn-based Think! Architecture […]

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It Took 6 Days to Assemble this Prefab LES Condo Development

Posted April 25, 2018 at 5:00 am

Second announced, but first to the finish, 193 Henry Street is considered the first modular housing development on the Lower East Side. And it took less than a week to stack up the building blocks. Brooklyn-based Think! Architecture + Design was quick to point out this week on Instagram that the new seven-story construction was swiftly […]

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Mount Zion Church on Henry Street Wrapped for Demolition so that a 7-story Luxury Condo Can Rise

Posted June 15, 2016 at 5:12 am

The former Mount Zion Church of Christ on Henry Street is about to shuffle off this mortal coil. Demolition is proceeding at the pre-war tenement building, as expected, so that more luxury can be born. The entire four-story building is now covered in a death shroud of nets and bars, awaiting certain doom. Demolition permit, […]

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Familiar Face to Demolish Mount Zion Church on Henry Street for 7-Story Condo Building

Posted March 2, 2016 at 9:39 am

Local property holder Daniel Wise seemingly has a penchant for acquiring and razing Lower East Side buildings with religious heritage. As previously reported, he purchased the United Hebrew Community and will throw it down for a seven-story stack of modular housing. Wise – a music producer based on Delancey Street – also purchased the former Mount […]

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Vacant Church at 193 Henry Street Pitched as $5.5M Development Site

Posted December 23, 2015 at 5:16 am

​”193 Henry Street is a future development site,” exclaims the broker-babble on the real estate listing. Meaning, the four-and-a-half-story tenement has no future. The Mount Zion Church of Christ – which operated a congregation onsite for more than fifty years – is current owner of the property, according to public record. Looks like they’re gettin’ […]

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