Tucked deep on the Lower East Side, in the vicinity of Co-Op Village, is a very cool little island of townhouses. Built in the 1850's, this four-unit funk palace is among them; reads the listing, "Each of the apartments has been lovingly renovated by a world-reknowned artist. The design aspect is 1940's inspired." Asking $3.195 million. We haven't seen one of these on the market before, so we can't help the Curbed reader who emails, "do you know of any recent sales on the lower east side of historic or townhouse type buildings like this?" If you've got the scoop, drop a line or get all up in our comments.
· Listing: 279 East Broadway [Corcoran]