The luxury condo conversion at 17 East 12th Street is representative of an increasing momentum in the neighborhood towards the ultra-high-end. The 11 story, nine-unit condo conversion was once home to a 50,000-square-foot parking facility before it was picked up by Rigby Assent Management last August. From its German-crafted faucets to its imported London stock brick exterior, the Bromley Caldari and Richard Mishaan-designed residences boast materials sourced from around the world. The units range from three- to four-bedrooms and feature terraces on the upper floors, 11-foot ceilings, electronic kitchen cabinetry that opens by touch, folding glass walls, herringbone oak floors and wood-burning fireplaces. Sales began in late June 2014. At press time, there were three units on offer: two 4,514-square-foot four-bedrooms, asking $16 million and 14.25 million, and a 4,743-square-foot penthouse on the market for $25 million. Each residence includes a private parking space in the adjoining, automated garage. Contact www.17e12.com or 212-929-1717.
|NAME||The Printing House||PRICE RANGE||From $1,475,000 to 14,000,000|
|ADDRESS||421 Houston Street||SIZE RANGE||From 754 Sq Ft to 2,725 Sq Ft|
|TOTAL UNITS||9||TAX ABATEMENT||No|
|DEVELOPER||Myles Horn||AVG COMMON CHARGE||$0.61/sf|
|BROKER||Corcoran Sunshine||FINISHED BY||Late 2014/ Early 2015|