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Development Du Jour: 154 Attorney Street

In advance of next week's rollout of new Curbed editorial features, we're resurrecting an old favorite today?the Development Du Jour. Where better to return with this new development look than on the Lower East Side?Attorney Street, say. Just steps from the grimy floors of rock club Sin-E comes 154 Attorney Street, a 32-unit doorman condo building with all the fixings. Snazzy touches include six rooftop cabanas ("private roof spaces that someone can buy who lives on a lower floor but who wants some roof"), and two massive, 4BR penthouses with all the fixings. The coup de grace? A sales office for the development soon will open on the corner of Ludlow and Rivington Streets, across from THOR.

More details, and an image of the lobby, after the jump.

Building details for 154 Attorney Street via Elliman's Rob Gross, who's handling the marketing:

32 Unit Condo building with (gulp) an attendant
Designed by Kutnicki/Bernstein Architects (Vesta 17 on 17th and 7th & 20 Broadway in Wburg)
Beautiful finishes and design, high loft-like ceilings
Many units with private terraces
Storage in basement, common roof deck
GROHE bathroom fixtures, Zuma 6' soaking tubs, GE Profile Stainless kitchens, Wenge finish cabinets
extremely low monthlies/421A tax abatement
6 Cabana spaces for sale on the roof (the cabanas are private roof spaces that someone can buy who lives on a lower floor but who wants some roof)
A typical floor has 5 homes. A studio w/terrace, two large one bedrooms w/windowed den and terrace, and two 2 Bedroom/2 Bath spaces. We also have 3 garden duplexes with huge lawns (yes, we will sod!) and two spectacular 4 Bedroom Penthouses with tremendous decks and Viking/Bosch/Sub Zero kitchens.

We should be coming to market end of April/beginning of May. Our showroom will be at 100 Rivington St., across from THOR.

· 154 Attorney Street [Kutnicki Bernstein Architects]