Jupiter 21 rental units hit the market

TRD New York /
Jun.June 18, 2013 01:00 PM

Jupiter 21, a new 78,000-square-foot mixed-use building located at 21 East 1st Street, has started leasing its rental units, according to a release from its developer, BFC Partners.

The 12-story building, designed by GF55, will contain 52 rental apartments and 13 condominiums. Homes start at $3,450 per month for studios, $4,500 per month for one-bedrooms, and $5,575 for two-bedrooms.

The building was once home to Mars Bar, the storied East Village watering hole. Occupancy is planned for July 15, according to the Corcoran Group, which is handling leasing.

Many of The Apartments Have A Terrace or balcony. Units also have hardwood flooring, stainless steel European appliances and oversized windows. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, private storage and a bicycle room. Corcoran’s Marco Auteri, Dionne Toussaint and Quianna Richardson are heading up the leasing team.

The property also has 10,832 square feet of Retail Space Along Second Avenue for such tenants as TD Bank and a lounge and bar venue that has not yet been announced. –Mark Maurer


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