It was just a little more than a year ago that Greenwich Village’s iconic Bowlmor Lanes finally struck out after its site was demolished in early 2016, officially ending its 76-year run. And now, the 23-story condo building, designed by starchitect Annabelle Selldorf, that is rising in its place is already past the half way mark.
Construction progress on the Billy Macklowe-developed building was first spotted by EV Grieve earlier this week, who noted that at least 18 stories are already in place (and possibly even more).
The building, located at 21 East 12th Street, goes by the moniker 21E12, and offers 52 pricey condos which are a mix of one-bedrooms that go from $2.35 million, two-bedrooms from $3.95 million, three-bedrooms starting at $5.45 million, and four-bedrooms from $8.25 million. There are also a few townhouses and penthouses offered as part of the development that go from anywhere between $10 million and $15 million, though most of them have already attracted buyers.
According to StreetEasy, 36 condos are already in contract, ranging from $2.475 million homes to the $17.5 million penthouse. The building is scheduled to top out in mid-September and residents should be able to begin moving in during summer 2018.
In the meantime, Curbed has obtained a few more rendering that given an idea of what the interiors will look like once complete. The floorplans boasts open loft-like layouts with hardwood floors, oversized windows, and views of the city skyline.