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In the East Village, gas station-replacing condos debut from $1.18M

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The ten-story building has replaced what was the East Village’s last remaining gas station

Photos courtesy Douglas Elliman.

Three years ago, the East Village’s last remaining gas station closed up shop for good and the site sold to developers AORE Holdings for what would inevitably become condos (which is all too common these days). In 2015, a rendering surfaced and it was revealed that the project, located at 32 East First Street, would be designed by RSVP Studio Architecture along with N-Plus Design Studio and offer 31 apartments but things have been quiet ever since, until now.

Construction on the 10-story building has quietly progressed along and has even topped out already. The 31 residences are a mix of one through four-bedrooms along with three penthouses, and are just as elegant as one would expect newly constructed, multi-million dollar condos to be. They are also officially up for grabs.

Ceilings within the apartments soar to 10 feet high and are complemented with windows that are almost floor to ceiling as well as wide oak plank floors for a crispy and airy atmosphere. The kitchens feature custom Italian wood cabinetry, marble countertops, and high-end stainless steel appliances that includes Sub-Zero wine coolers. A few of the condos come with outdoor space in the form of either a terrace or balcony and each of the penthouses boasts generously sized terraces.

The building provides your typical bevy of luxe amenities: there is a 24-hour attended lobby, a fitness center, a spa, landscaped courtyard terrace, and additional storage units and bike storage.

Prices here start at $1.175 million and climb as high as $8.7 million. Six of the condos are already in contract while another six, including a three-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse are currently listed on the market.