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Synagogue-topping East Village condos reveal historic details

New photos of the condo at 415 East 6th Street show off the former synagogue’s lovely stained-glass windows

It’s been a while since we checked in with 415 East 6th Street, the condo development perched atop the historic Adas Yisroel Anshe Mezritch Synagogue. But as the project comes closer to completion, the developers have unveiled new photos of the pricey units—some of which show off the lovely stained-glass windows that were once part of the larger house of worship.

There is, thankfully, still a synagogue on the ground floor of the building, and a new exterior image shows how the facade has been restored as part of the larger redevelopment. And photos inside one of the units (which are virtually staged, but what are you going to do) reveal the synagogue’s stained-glass windows, which have been incorporated into the new units. Nice, nice.

Still, as we noted when sales launched, none of this comes cheap—the least expensive unit in the building is asking $3 million, and the duplex penthouse wants $4.395 million.

While that’s not the priciest East Village apartment on the market right now, it’s pretty close—and the building launched sales in December—so only time will tell if these end up going for their current asks, or ending up on the chopping block.