There's not enough intel out there to grant it Development Du Jour status quite yet, but any news at 38 Delancey Street is big news. The recently completed 20-story building with the big bulging base has been something of a mystery during its three-year climb up the Lower East Side skyline, but now Bowery Boogie notes new signage on the building as well as a fresh website. What we're dealing with is 55 condos starting at $615,000. No listings or floorplans yet, but the building will be marketed by both Corcoran and Elliman when it's ready for prime time. The website, in addition to the usual brokerbabble ("where history meets hip"), spells out the features and amenities.
In the units, here's the situation: floor-to-ceiling windows, balconies, hardwood floors, 9' ceilings, washer/dryer hook-ups, individually controlled a/c and heating and the boast that, "All homes are corner units with multiple exposures." As for the building, there's a a 24-hour doorman/concierge, common roof deck, on-site parking, storage units/bike room, lobby cold storage and the all-important 421a tax abatement. 38 Delancey is not much to look at on the outside, but the LES is somewhat limited when it comes to new "luxury" housing. Think it'll sell?
· 38 Delancey [38delanceyst.com]
· 38 Delancey Announces Itself [Bowery Boogie]
· 38 Delancey coverage [Curbed]