Construction approved for new West Village townhouses

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The Landmarks Preservation Commission has approved the construction of
two townhouses in the West Village. Madison Equities will develop the
two five-floor townhouses through ground-up construction, giving buyers a greater say in the look of their home. “The interiors will be a nearly blank canvas where buyers
are able to design a one-of-a-kind home,” Robert Gladstone, CEO of
Madison Equities, said in a statement released today. The two homes,
at 705 and 707 Washington Street, will be 7,437 square feet and 6,924
square feet, respectively, and will cost $23 million and $21 million.
The homes will feature garages with electric car capability, wine
cellars and artist’s studios. TRD

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