July 3 is generally a day for New Yorkers to pack their bags and head out of town, but nobody told Mulberry House. The building, a once-stalled condo purchased by a new developer for $25 million, has chosen today to make its rental debut. The official site is live with photos and floorplans, and we've got a bunch more photos in the gallery above. There are nine three-bedroom units and one penthouse; all but one of the units has private outdoor space.
Given the large blank space in the building's history, we've got questions about the finishes, and press release has answers:
Built with close attention to luxury living, these homes are complete with top-of-the-line condo finishes. The large open kitchens have Italian Schiffini custom built glass white cabinets with aluminum back splashes and granite counter tops, a Bosch oven with additional warming tray and 5 burner range, Faber exhaust, Liebherr refrigerator, garbage disposal, wine cooler, and Krauss sinks with Grohe faucets. The layout features open kitchens that are accessible to the dining area and perfect for entertaining guests.
Entry to each unit is through keyed elevator, and all of the apartments have walnut radiant heated floors, high ceilings, central air and enormous windows. Each residence comes equipped with its own Bosch washer/dryer, storage bin, and separate garbage chute for convenience. The outdoor space faces south, so residents have lovely light and the perfect spot for entertaining or enjoying a morning coffee or a nightcap. Greenlight Construction Management was responsible for finishing up the building. So how much does it cost to get in here after all these years? The 3BR without outdoor space is asking $10,500/month, the 3BRs with outdoor space start at $11,750/month, and that triplex penthouse's price is available upon request.
Floorplans for all of the above:
· Official website: Mulberry House [mulberryhousenyc.com]
· 290 Mulberry Will Return as Rentals in Early Summer [Curbed]
· 290 Mulberry coverage [Curbed]