The six-story boutique building that replaced the Lower East Side’s former Mount Zion Church of Christ at 193 Henry Street (which was demolished sometime in 2016) has topped out just six days after going vertical in April. The building is now Manhattan’s first luxury condo to be built using modular construction.
Developed by Jeffrey Jacobs and designed by Think! Architecture, Idylls, as the building has been named, features just five full-floor condos that each boasts two bedrooms. The building will offer a handful of amenities that include a 24-hour virtual doorman, audio/video entry system, and a landscaped roof deck with a barbecue grill.
Long Island Modular is responsible for building the structure and will incorporate brick, metal, and glass into its facade. Sales are expected to launch this June, with prices estimated to begin around the $2.1 million mark. If all goes according to plan, move-ins could begin as early as this fall.