Updated Sales Listing - 211 East 3rd Street, Unit 1B | Improved Price

East Village, Manhattan, NY, 10009

211 East 3rd Street, Unit 1B



NOW $795,000

CC: $210  |  RET: $409

One bedroom with home office and Juliette balcony in the heart of the East Village. Unit 1B features slate flooring, custom built-ins, central air, stainless steal kitchen and sound-proof windows. The unit also includes its own vented washer and dryer within a large walk-in closet. The home office is versatile and has three sky lights and a large sliding glass door leading to your private Juliette balcony. 211 East 3rd Street between Avenues B and C is a well-maintained second floor walk-up building with low monthly charges in the vibrant East Village. The excellent location is in the heart of trendy shops and restaurants, art galleries, historic architecture and convenient public transportation, with the F, B, D and 6 trains right nearby. You'll also enjoy easy access to Whole Foods, Tomkins Square Greenmarket, several parks and other great local attractions. 

New Sales Listing - 100 Jay Street, Unit 4J




Location, separate kitchen, in-unit washer dryer, ample storage and lavish outdoor space — this fantastic studio checks literally every box on the dream home wish list. The 582-square-foot alcove layout, incredibly well suited for one-bedroom conversion, is lit by huge windows and a glass door leading to your immense 500-square-foot terrace. Here, quintessential Dumbo vistas surround you while the oversized footprint provides ample space for a full complement of patio furniture plus an urban garden to satisfy your green thumb.

Inside, dramatic interiors by Andres Escobar set a luxurious tone throughout. The kitchen is outfitted with deep-stained oak cabinets, gleaming countertops and full-sized stainless steel appliances, while the lavish bathroom features marble tilework, full bathtub and gray slate floors. With an in-unit washer-dryer and a walk-in closet, this home maximizes convenience, while high ceilings and gleaming hardwood floors amplify the home’s natural light.
 Enjoy tax abatement on this unit until 2023.

Residents of the J Condominium building enjoy a full menu of amenities, including full-time doorman, on-site garage, J Gym with yoga and Pilates room, children's play areas, media/screening room and a roof deck surrounded by breathtaking views of the Manhattan Skyline, East River and magnificent area bridges. Set in the heart of Dumbo’s cultural and culinary delights, 100 Jay Street is just moments away from fantastic restaurants, gourmet markets and eclectic nightlife. Open space abounds with half a dozen parks and the Brooklyn waterfront surrounding the block. Getting around is as easy as catching the F train at the next block or heading to the A/C or 2/3 trains further on. Or you can take the scenic route via the East River Ferry, docking at Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Downtown's Tallest Residential Tower Completes World Trade Center–Area Transformation

In late summer, the 175-room Four Seasons Hotel at the newly built 30 Park Place is scheduled to open to guests. The 926-foot-tall, 82-story tower, which has 157 condos starting on the 40th floor, will be the tallest residential tower in downtown Manhattan, besting current record holder 70 Pine St. by 76 feet (though 70 Pine’s tip stretches to 952 feet, well beyond its 850-foot roof).

The tower caps a post-9/11 era of change for the blocks around the World Trade Center. The developer of 30 Park, Silverstein Properties, owned the lease on the former Twin Towers and surrounding buildings. Silverstein has already rebuilt 4 and 7 World Trade Center and is building towers at 2 and 3 World Trade Center.

Silverstein acquired the site for 30 Park Place in 2006. Two years later, at a breakfast event at Cipriani’s in lower Manhattan, Chairman Larry Silverstein unveiled plans for what would have been the city’s tallest residential building. But the Great Recession made financing difficult—and any luxury-condo sales less assured. 

In early 2013, Silverstein finally landed $660 million in financing from Children’s Investment Fund Management LLP, and construction started soon after. Robert A.M. Stern, dean of the Yale School of Architecture, designed the limestone tower, and the Four Seasons brand will provide services to hotel guests and condo owners.

Ten units are listed on the tower’s website, with prices ranging from $3.645 million for a 1,108-square-foot one-bedroom to $32.5 million for a 6,127-square-foot, five-bedroom penthouse.