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Annabelle Selldorf’s Bowlmor-replacing Village condo gets its facade

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The 22-story building is getting its stone facade and casement windows

Photos courtesy Field Condition.

The Annabelle Selldorf-designed condo on East 12th Street, named 21E12, that has replaced Greenwich Village’s iconic Bowlmor Lanes is in the process of getting its beige-colored cast stone and punched casement windows.

In a new set of construction photos captured by Field Condition, the William Macklowe Company and Goldman Sachs-developed 22-story tower, which topped out last fall, has already received a significant portion of its facade. There are even some windows in place on the lower levels of the building.

Last week, it was reported that 75 percent of the building’s 52 apartments have sold, including the development’s penthouses and townhouses. According to StreetEasy, there are just a handful of apartments that remain on the market, which range from a $2.55 million one-bedroom to a $6.23 million two-bedroom.

The building is set to wrap up construction by summer 2018 and will make its debut shortly thereafter.